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E f9- s L ft e5 9 4 4I j h t THE h HICKM COURIER 1tOLDEST NEWSPAPER IN gSOSSTERlSr KENTUOKY e ESTABLISHED 1859 HICKMAN FULTON COUNTY KY MARCH 16 1900 VOL XXXV NO 16 J u 3 STORES LJPI W ELLI pN 3 STORES i r New Dry Goods tMAMMOTH SPRING 8TOOK growing Halls NCy Prints 1Vloblng Slvloii Fancy Dreft8 rind Indigo Prints TMO briujfl are worth GO Ihe world SCr over Oat price1 New Percales at Old Prictt worepattern new and ex elusive Never 5 7i 10 12ic Relnnallt PercalesYard wide Beautiful Styles hint Rre SicfromDress The F 0 and Tolle Dn Ginghams nAbraNord 12 c j 1000 Stylon Iluylug bot early we can soil at AUl Yard Vide Domestic at our old price 5c SllirtififfS UevlotBi TicklngB Table Linens Towel Nnpkins 0 0 Embroideries handler than ever Yhite GoodshOltt values Ini KtintockrPl1rclJoeeLaces c We show these line in hlrger M8110rtluent and variety than ever before Dud having bought early before the big adcanctt wo can und will sell at OLD PRICES lJ In Our blUtLadles8 Shoos for at prices we guarantee to bo GOo to 100 n pair under like qnulitles in other At stores 300 and 2 CO our Ladles Low Outs are especially pleasing I to thpgooit dreosem monK our fair cast osiersM tf At IM flU ladles Oxfords are ansarpHased tHat prloeaJI I JI If YWI west t see something beaatifat call aid see t s yM TllLtrAll SkisVe are showing many tastefal Cacti T t + MQ IsWflPIl shades IB Honenpaas sad 1 yNai 0Mt AU flll nldth R1 flox It Bask Ma 7u oar alt I A w 1 1 sii ax LIplt Warts Ir Jitfitrhrulttd w it81t Drib S1I1t SSltohlngA Some in Black tjcrgo and Satin Applique are pe culiarly chic upd trig these new Skirt crpntions will astonish you Our Pricesat only 700 down to COO Wo also show a variety in lowest priced Skirts 1900 Styles At TCO we show superb Hello Taffetas trimmed OyronoII 1 laid with Cream Silk Fialherbone Braid Also in Tarquoino Purp1jI j Black Sutln corded buck and front mnRnlfloent value Att 1 4CO new Blue Taffeta white indeed yoke edged with Blao Silk Braid PrioeNewFeed Stlrffsoar Big Warehouse is always filled with Hay Corn Oats J3ran Cottonseed Meal ri CSfc Good delivered anywhere In town FREE- r t r W t UNITED SUNS OF CONFEDERATE VETERANS LOUISVILLE Kv March 14 1000 Editor Hiokninn Courier Dear SirWill you kindly publish this letter in nid of the cause of the Re r union of Confederate Veterans in Louis ville next May- A full attendance at tine Reunion of Confederato Veterans js earnestly desir ed In order to insure this proper or ganization of these Sons must bo per fected in tho various towns throughout tho Stale If n Son or Grandson of a Confederate Soldier or Sailor will write mo requesting it a printed guide ex planning tho method of oreanizing a lo cal Camp and a model Constitution will be forwarded him In this way local Camps can become a part of tho Nation al order of United Sons of Confederate Veterans Tim plan of organization Is plain and simple Kentucky tor many reasons should put toward tho success of theReunion and tho cooperation of tho Sons of Veterans is sought issued by order of DEN HOWE Commander Ky Div U S 0 V ROUT LEE PAGE Adjutant No 31 Louisville Trust Building Louis villo Ky UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN THEM FIUNKFOHT KY March laThe Leg datum of Kentucky sine die today A conference between Adjt Gens Collier and Uostleman resulted in a perfect understanding being reached Gor Taylor will continue to act aa Gov ernorGov Beckham will make no move to ward securing possession of the State buildings until after tho Court of Ap peals has decided the disputed Governor hlp Tho Legislature appropriated HeckihamThin in brief is tho situation in Ken tucky politics tonight Among tho more ole ment in each party tho opinion prevails that the worst is over and that when tho Court of renders its duels ion tho danger of civil Var in the comI mouwealth which has bees tcuildr im minent will entirely have passed away Whats Your FRee Worth r Sometimes n fortune but never if jaundiced on the skin all signs of Liver Trouble RIVejOIonr To the Good People of Hickman and Vici- nitySpring r Gd etings Thanking you for helping SB r xr the heaviest business of our career In year 1899 we jjweak you for year ranch ap I preomted patronage for 1900 JK The TRBMKUfDOlJS 3 JgTvCKK seasonable goods piling into onrj3 Stores Dry GsClothilI Grocerfos t AND BIG- WAREHOUSES I afford our friends and their frgada greater opportunities to find jtit1 what they tcant than eau flY competitor offer OUR HOODH were bought early and we rttaptd the tHor mow advances now prevailing Iir iiI JIarkete Jr OLD PRICES are the Bale In effistorea OUR GOOD THINGS we dlvldj with oarfrienda I OUR CIIHTOMKR8 are oi rkHidi We do not say this to coddle or fawn tor sake of traw1 bat in FACT oar caatooierB I are our BEST friends We are not moved by Motives when we say that oar friends built ap this big baslSw that la such a aoarce ofy pride to as by their liberal pStonageJi IN IIETUIIN FOIL TIIIN w ll bend oar but energies to make our atores more and mtas the resort of all the pro pies of Hickman territory to BNta pew friends by causing our Stores to be a greateraod grasut IORveDieDce to all as a where tbey can depend aliPaysTta lading jtut what they want KIND jj lj j QUI BIGHT 1 r JY iU a FBIQM lea nTA t PI IN THJ5 Grocery Department Just what our farmer friends want Seed Potatoes Garden Seeds Plow Geart Wagon Harness Hoes Rakes and Spadin- Tools I New Queensware for the Housekeep er Kraut in Kegs and Half Barrels Goods in great variety Cooking Stoves an- a Steel Ranges Hardtffre alNailsI- n Staple and Fancy Groceries We are Leaders We want your Trade P 920000 for Moths Think of a single State paving out 120000 for the sole purpose of getting rid of n certain family of moths I This Is what tho State of Massachusetts has done and tho gypsy moth is tho very destructive insect which the atato board seeks to drive out Tho little creatures have proved such a pest that it has been found necessary to employ hundreds of men to do nothing but destroy them Indeed the above sum is by no moans all that will bo required to the work for it is estimated that fully ten times that amount must bo spent before they aro finally exterminated Tho papers aro tolling of a profes nllUfewhich would gtvo off a powerful pun gent odor and ho wished by experi ment to test the rapidity ot tho spread whoOnttbotopperhandlifttnKtho end but the professor had to out peoplobeganHurriedthlyexperiment but an experiment as to tho power of the imagination Tho bottle only distilled water 5 i I FLOORS Jsfgely selfish Itk place KIGHT accomplish Adjourned TtfSsSay I The Kentucky Legislature adjourned Tuesday without day tho constitutional limit of CO days having expired It has been tho most sensational session iin tho history of the State Beginning with tho excitement of tho contests for Governor and Lt Govprnor witnessing the assassination of one of tho contest ants tho dispcrson of tho Legislature by military power tho setting up of two rival State Governments and all tho inci dents relative thereto and the arrest of leading officials as accessories to tho murder has served to make tho Legisla ture astonishingly sensational Th McUhord Railroad bill was tho only leg- Islation of real importance enacted an tho of that law will of course depend upon whether Beckham or Tay lor will bo declared Governor Fulton Leader Ed Snyder shot and perhaps fatally wounded Jim Vow ell at Sandy Branch church about ten shootintookabout neon and while services worn go thobulldibgaverted After the excitement had oongregntionweroo Insldofdthoo II aw Theres Lots ot Money r peas iip economising CLOTHINGTl3P33C1ALLY r Tbata because of bnylnp Olotbes because they are cheap s without regard to goodness Oar Clothing IB cheap 1ecanse t fInfIt making money as and saving moves for youAH 41it 500 MenS SuitS We emi buy Suits to sell less than W I but they would lose as customers Making 500 our low J watermark price we can give vaae tbntMl wear Ve show lots of neat Fancy Worsteds Black Glass and all wool Cheviot for tbe low down prioe or500Lf 81000 1 1500 1650 1850 1000 Mens Special Suit Values and away greatest of 1000 brouglflto tables tPancya many bright patterns fa ntwest Stripes Checks and Ejafds some to please flashy dresser others for the qaieitjar tastes Tide is a e collection ofrg Hi wearers and dreBsere at 1wand It s FinestTailored 1 I 1 no to iJO tl Granites l ap to date French Worsteds Its true economy to I of this class atlS i650 1500 500 750 youngMens Suits 4t 4 P Suits Black ttlIrlDlbooes Sizes op to 35s Out to fit Gents I to 19 years A in price of 15 to 20 per cent In 33 34 and over sizes i in regular ran of clothing Tbe great va f riety of and In worsteds and all wool casslnere weaves are much more attractive values 1 than ever o iered by as I 100Our BOYS Knee Pant woolen Suits are equal to regular LGO Suits sold everywhere f Oar Little Maui at 150 and il1G are au ratchtable at ether stores I I 250 S i W IICt 450 Suits Mens slender old 35s the Brines nobby 1triNl aPte lats t+ittte fi ailsi3frixwitbUlswi4f tisr 1Kaa1ltsil ar risserri ht Talking about Little Gents dress we must about our i LILLIPUTIAN HIIIUTSmade like Papas coat shirt I lI ages 5 to 12 years but Just come out this season and is poe I itively newmade of fancy percalelaundered bosom and to 4wear with white collar Price GOo SHOES II andgWe sell Peters Diamond Special 350 Shoes equal to say 500 Shoe in style and quality Peters 18 Caret 300 Shoes for men are superior to any Shoe of like price that we know of sell dress shoes as low as 100 Our 200 lines are the best donearth floeorwork shoes and show beet Values for your money LOO L50 200 all pric- esLaundered ai and Negligee Shirts ofVTrr I strongest leads for trade We sell the nobbiest and belt 500IShirts the market affords Our high Grade 100 and 150 Shirts are strictly custom made of of the newest imported Shirtings at GO 75 12G tbis nasoo with Silk Puff BOSOm ShirtS 08 were sever so RtusOtive rj Stores S ELLISON3Stores II Confederate adjourned conservative Cant A Colored Democrat Rewarded Auditor Coulter appointed janitor for his office a few days since a negro man named Jack Smith who hails from the strongest Republican county in the mountains Jack has for years fought odds for his principles although time and again threat ened to have dlro vengeance vented up on him Aside from threats and anon ymous communications sent him sev eral attempts have been made upon his life all on account of his democracy HOSE Surra of the Atlanta Journal who was secretary of the Interior under upo peal to gold who voted for urgesdthem to como back into line and Ithe Bryan ticket this year Ho says we aro face to taco with propositions which involve radical departure from basso principles of our government Such as tho establishment of a colonial system provision of the rqpnblio to tho uses of Imperialism and this and other Issues overshadow the free coinage of silver or tho gold standard TUERE is strong ill feeling between France and England Franco Is said to expectsI wr = in Ii 1 Far the showing styles ever onr1T THI3J1 BlaoKn Grays the Suits c Equal In style take and qaallly to2500T iloMriade toorder Blck Her and 15 saving same hobby Checks t- At 4 Salts tell Soft 3 L Appeals contained validity Whitley against democrats support Tho springtralaHavent yet stuck their heads above groundSowe had better not sing trala Of springtralaUntil the spring flowers get round Advertising promotes cordial rela tions between seller and buyer Tho sanctification preachers are car rying on a meeting over in Missouri this weekSam meetingIncrowds Y Indications are that this section of country will bo considerably agitated in tho near future Spring pUitving is about I to begin I A largo number of tho citizous of tho upper end of tho county were in tho city Monday and Tuesday attending tho sessions of the County Court As between a lazy smart man and a dull but willing industrious man the r latter is likely to give tho best results With willingness and a desire to do a person of very ordinary ability can mako u very splendid development while a la boiswasInthe two Hogans previously arrested by Sheriff Carpenter charged with conn terfeiting silver money Also ouo H nj ry Hans s- J Y 4w I + i+ f N Ms wa V r M 0 M r r rV 7 r- r I I f 41 i1f t I tI The Hiclviuaii Courier a QUOnOB WARREN IuWIMior FUCKIANr r KENTUCKY CURRENT TOPICS Tho llatest liidtng place for mtorobM IN in mustnohce Those who live long are nearly h ttnya awall outers In Chilo two tldrtla of the puliltu BQhool tenohors are women StainmortQ1 in practically unknown Riivpug tho uncivilized people Comprasecd air motors aro supplant lug mules in Michigan mince Georgia IB experiencing the most prosperous winter in a soofo of yonrs Originally the common or domostic gnat was a native of thu hlghlamto of AhiaDroadcM Germany publisluw a dally paper nnd all profits are spout on public parks Com ircd to thu waters of the Deed sea thaM of the Salt lake are com paratively frtl Seven counties In western Now York received nearly 1000000 for their apple crop last your The ratio of men to women among the public school teachers in Maasu ohusotta la 1 to 103 No fewur than 10000 people are in jured in manufacturing industries of New York state yearly Trolley lines in Connecticut last year carried 5806J702 paascngurs and the steam lines 60209468 The ant hills of South Africa arc sometimes mounds SO feet high and 100 feet in circumference Itoproecntatlvc Mercer of Xobratdta Is a devotee to euchre and very st+ ldom misses playing a game ovary owning of his life- IJeprosentativet Mitchell May of tho Now lark district has the repu 1Sixth1 of being the bestdressed man In congress i There are but two confirmed nut takers in the United States sonata at j the present time Senator burner of Washington and Senator Carter of I Montana Tho old custom of taking rnuff has about died out 1 Since vaccination was made eompulI i iForyin German cities in 1S74 only a J fcvf cases of smallpox have been ob rorvwl and most of those occurred in foreigners coming from eountriea without compulsory vaccination- As far bock as 1770 on a royal visit to Woolwich a twelvepounder brow gun was filled twentythree times with t shot In n minute sponging between Ifeoehfire and loading with great safe apeetatorii Tho British government keeps 11 1 t Jecl nt work sounding and olmrUng tlio ocean beds to find out vhoro atmII rquhrctminus war Car ffilly cnrtcd in differ ent parts of the world Asia Africa and the Swath Pacific bt now in hlph favor as litlIf fSpinaehdiet OiomUU aiHrm that I notfI but other salts which are good the liver nnd the blood it th8reI1 1onlJ Il improves the complexionII ak Woods cemetery in Chicago contains tho remains of 4030 conCadI e crate solaiers The soldiers burled f QtmpfAt Queen Victorias table an odd custom which originated at the time t of George II Is preserved AH each dish Is placed upon tho table the name of the cook who prepared It IH auII pounced The doath of tho marquis of Lo thian removes a familiar anti prom anent figure from the house of lords lie had sat in it for thirty years and r no man was better acquainted with all t i UK forms and procedure One of the strangest facts regarding the present war Is that English and JJoer have so intermarried in South Africa that in countless instances brothers are fighting against brothers and fathers against their own sons It Is estimated that if the laws of Gcrmnn conscription were applied to her East Indian possessions Great Itritnin would have a standing army of 2500000 soldiers and about 800000 recruits coming up for enrollment every year An experimental camp for open air treatment for consumptives will be opened nt Jong Lake WIs this summer under the direction of Chi cago physicians wises contend that r sanitarium treatment for tls disease hug proved a failure Gorman milroau authorities are considering a proposal to abolish re turntrip Mokets holiday avourslohs sod all upaeinl rates thinking by this means thrt theywill be enabled to rcducotho regular faros onethird with no resulting loss The war in South Africa lies mused J n practical suspension of the din ruond cutting industry owing to the supply of diamonds from Klmberley mines having bwn cut off Thousands elf workmen Q Amsterdam anti Antwerp and hundred i in New York t city ore thrown out of employment as n jesult Travelers in the east have never failed to comment on tho great 7 7nmount of eye disease which is prey SIlent in Egypt Qharlcs Henry Gibna in believed to i draw a smaller salary than tiny other i jnnn in the government employ He is keeper of an abandoned lighthouse t on nntuckct island and gets 1 a year lor his service Cnelmlr Xaleyski who tiled In War emv the other day was the oldest Jnwycr and newspaper editor in Poland He was also noted for receiving J the largest ee ever gives a Polish low yer lAOrOf rubles J i 1 tt r NEAR BLOEMFOM The British Under Lord Robert Only a Few Miles Away A Illtr lintel In 1lspet ted to llo Taught ids tin Hoer llnvc Illuh teiii CIIIIH In 1oKllloit liiitcxt- Xewn trout the Krunik London March 13The war oinco has receive a dl wteh from lord Roberts at Veters Visit aimeuiieiiif that after a tight with the Jtoei len French reached a station ou the railway HX miles south of ntoemfon tein There were 321 min wounded and 60 or 70 killed or are misiiinjr Col Imphery has dIfduf kit wounds Lieut Pratt of the Essex regiment is wounded severely The wounds are an a rule of a must seri oua and iintmunl character owing to expansive bullet which are freely used by the hours Jxmdon March 13lord Itoberta telegraph from Venters Vlei1 at 520 oclock this morning aa follows- I directed ea trench If there wero time to adze the railway sta Lion at Itlocmfontein and thus secure the rolling stockit uiklnlght 1 re ceived a report from him that after considerable opoaltlon Iw had been able to occupy tyro hUla etoae to the railway station which commanded lltoemfonteln A brother of President Steyn baa Iwen Trade a prisoner The telegraph line leading imrUi ward leas bees cut and the railway broken up I am now starting with the 3d eav airy brigade which I cMlIrd up from the seventh division near Patraabcrg ycsteitbty sad the mounted Infantry to reinforce the onralry division rha- rat of the force will follow us qifi klyI possible Venter Cud Grange Free Stolo March IfKTonftllrfhe ISri lah forces wldeh ulnee thu fighting at DreifoHtein have ben martmlng poI Idly hither have turned the Moor 10 sltion Our cavalry are ahead The floors were reported tulle moraing about Itooo strong with 18 guns in position on a range of kopjes tDmII mandltJg tin direct read to lUoumfon tein which Is distant IS ndhw London March 13Tn the house of commons Mr lialfour the first lord I of the treasury ami govurnaieat lend er replying to a question as to whether consistently with public litIteruatt Ito could state the eaaential oondltiona on which aloao the gov erninejot woukl entertain peace proI IHMab from the South AtrleaitCBmiV lltt iHnqjftlsM Lrtat 11uarj iff tlftrWiU JllJ waWswrfl iT pfgMHUilU tlt91kot31o l I Itolng asked if there W Any fttwj dation for the report that PreaUat Kruger haJ athlreaaril a eomtanniea Won to the govcrameatt Mr lialfonr reiterated his promise that papers bearing on this subject would bo pre sented to the house within a short time It ia learned that the papers pram isod by Mr Italfour win eaufltm In every respect the nets eaalvd llrhlay lost that the pence rumors tyro founded on the fact that President Kruger had appealed to Lord Salis bury for n cessation of boittllities setting forth at length by onble the corms whhvh he wan willing to ac cept and also that tho cabled dte patch to the premier was signed by President Slcyn an well tin by Fred ifcjit Knigcr The advance met with on emphatic rejection at the hands of lord Salig bury who still that no attempt to re taut the indepcndcnco of tho Trans vaal could be considered for a mo ment by the British frovcrnmoilt Paris Mardi 13Tim Gaulois pub lishes the following from its London corronpondent According to good authority Pros- t Krujror and President Steyn have not made H formal proposition of peace but have asked the Itritiidi government through the United States the condition it would accept for the opening + of negotiations on the balls of the independence of the republics President rnger is al leged to have said that he would ac cept mediation hut the United States government in transmitting this taryof thu interior has decided lhat eommnnlention took care to declare that It lid not assume the renponHl bllity for the initiative in mediation1 the London correspondent of the Matin says I loam that United jtnteH Amhawadpr Choate has ru ceived n long etch important sable from the United Status govrrninvjit relative to South Africa which Jio will communicate to Lord Salisbury J AlltKPil Indian Prince Arrested Nina llnven Ct March ISAil hi aged Indian prince nnd ISdmbay In ligo merchant culling himsiilf And sing Ajocking Advnni cud who fla iresumably tilt Impostor wIlt has oh mined money from pooplp in Canada mil varlo t jwrtn of tho f United states Includiiif the Pacific cQjtri VHH arrested here charged with pass ng u fraudtUcnt7- R check Jlijcct to IciillenllnryJIncle goo le Kansas+ City 1110 March l2Llnplu rent men nay trouble is about to ru Wit bocauso ot the nctlnn of t oii board of control of the Kanxas atu unJttiitlary nVaking binding twine and belling it at a reduction of 1 Y onts per pound Jocluiou to llotcrn in Autrnlli San KrancJeqo Marsh IL1e ir faclcBon the world famous colored leave weight la about to return to ilf olS home in Sydney Australia hero to remainl Jackson la at pre nt lu VMnriii JJ f I I PHILIPPINE CASUALTIES Gen OtU lUporln to Rpahli d tot That Right Soldiers lInn tn Klllril nisi Nineteen AVonndcil Washington March l3un Otiri trnnnlu tin following list of QR HU tips hi the IhUlptiiiiKi nnnihiytf tUt killtHl anil 19 woundodt 1Ulel1aklok W ICnt111ih rls ctrl Prod IMnll Ohl Q tllIQ Viltaou llollls loin IK MoMSSsJu mu sician William Diujait JQlwifii L Jfityes Mlelmrl Tnyjj i v Wounded Acting A hiIItJnrg- ems Walter C OhUleater VVTprVfirl l ill hack arnica AnthftnynTi0iiit1 scalp sliatut Urnuufc P TruyliJ K rx ml cheek modernta iHOOl THIS lung severe l1Irut lily A Hojrlu Iie moderate Charles A hack ft arm moderate James lil tI Munen severe Fred OUT th I crate First Ueut PStn1 hey high slight David P I hip sight First Jlt Ailj Joit I ttailabw lE NPHI latAk3rt A tVh1 0ia1 It Jhn- P I iiite crpsWiTsWtfi1+ ftflft r J Sllk amrporal head arilsfai lol ert D Stewart flnf r il Htt 11r1 K- nutchtafton SergWUIt tld II + William 10 lilfv thigh =rl gar H Jarrett shoukler nn M InjrerBolU breast alight Manila March IX Afftiea iWenl1 tress Aparrt nrovfeea of Ctgaaa Srathat while MaJI WHrtl und 0Mfiau y IJIi I tlie lath regiment was ImttaI place they ware attacked 8t poibng- on the rivet bank apposite tttea faun A persistent fight followed r3tIN eifbt Americans Inlladbi E 1 Maj Ward bflHir lit the Cgnyn undlClarhlt ira Htiiratml the hre mill tint the Tafalofsaro imimi ng tips Aneerions TO RESTORE PEACE It In IlcllevrU Our CovcMimriil li 1ilntr Its fluid omiFU llctwecn liner and Hn8llnh 1 Washington March 1h bI rjMaan ta believe that rl UII rr Sjtaltw government IIs urging its jrMMll oMees to restore punoo In tIfttllrltain and South African raps M This IMS not taken the shape aC m illatioH That would bo 41athtetVIIrpuirnant to neat Britain AIIf a- na rdhaer to tlw rule of Int nu era lI law which has without ew l u gurernel the state dajMrtwant he- asst roiild not lie ToluHtwr t u I until it wan known to bo coos tle to both parties in the war I This the UnittttI StatM iat hrty I properly erI111 an IlHt rui Ii4 j to tratwmit an tqinwl for pww a i Pi- etrsps I upon vhW patio MH k w td9IJ11lik U1dletl Slates 1Ma laity t In ewe vKty he 11 se h 1 Ur t tie CblMJapa war eNd llvvcd It good oflhwa IB t ling now bring exttfpdwL 1 I IN HIS STEPS t Ilcv ClinrlFN If Sltnlilon Libels 1IU seeks Work an tti rnplial nt TotwllllrIt Topeka Kan Marcht lL The awl purHM of thls paper1 win br K la ttuenoii Its rta tiers to reek fin UM 11IP dote of Ood The IIv tufrfaa 1t 8hWon who liaa awuiDMl1 dlia rial and bnnlttn1 control of th tally CHpitaU whh h he will retain ens week stake thl annuuolUllt In Ilia editorial lloads outl hog hie pet fey The Capital dorm his time will he a DIPIJtfr H word newa being tiednrtl by Mr shMon nn anytliln In tilt wayof rurroht uvuntic that thu public ought In knOw for its moral and uplrltual devaloj ment The paper will be nlHjolntely nijn parUwin and partisan politiml HeUii will be given ny int notice All nilto rial anti hnporttint loool matter will be signed by the writers There wtll tIC no Smulny paper but liutcnd H Snfvrtloyjovfnjiig spur nultabl tot Sunday reading hurt Jlrn Tliruirn slut Chmvayo1 March IVAnother Bert OUH complicationl In the great bend Ing strike como wtun the sash door and bUnd manufacturer of Cbi nira voted to Close their mntrt labut11 or trouble are adjusted By this action 4000 men are added to the 30QOO now Idle and their inter ntH are further crippled llli Ulnae In llculnn llcmton March 13Ilrl in the building of the MRHMchiuwttii Mhmt roil Co on North street eniiMNl the death of one uremia 111 MQir tlty tilt prolmble fatal Injury of uji other and the nirious injury of throe other bealdiii entailing a firuiiofol IONS VHritiualy rxthnnle at from riG KM to 1V00I- Sicrotiiry Itoot KilM llun ilhrnna Miiroli 13V5wreian of Vnr Rout lID kept bu y rrcrlvinp fL0 tWJ of the Mirioim deNtrtinnit gof government und eonferrinir t foh tjvtm foil wt Or llliiw Maj ijiJiJ StrK1 ItoohevcU Mn Chll fTc and HQiiu iiHmburit of SeoruJary Roots KirJi1 Flwittd Morro castle and CoumaR fortrus fir U el y Wilt Dwight Ill March UDr bviH H Kueley H will linn been Hied for probate All of leis property in bc liiontlied to liiit wife except 31oUp0Ue vliloh IIn given do Milton 11 Ieefey- n truHt to be distributed acconllng o prh atc instruotlonii Tim citate a nil personal property f JvUrn clan Terry tin Itccovcrnl Toronto Ont March 12allsbe PI en Terry has plmost entirely Ifcit ltrtorVc ryInu FIRE IN ATEIIEIiTS Fifteen Persons Many of Them Children Burned to Doath Severn Itroll lerl liijureil by Jiiliiiilni Kraus tptor Story Win ltll ++ tIludles rllllltll DlMVM bJ- Tllenvy riiiibern Newark NJ Maroh 13 Fifteen 1w eons a majority of whom Wte chll ilirn wrn humid to death at a tImeat house at Morris aitd PIN i Hnth avenues about 3 oclock Mon lay moroinir Thirteen bodies haw been recovered front Ura rains wttMn three hoary after the dames bad bee rxtiniruiilml The btiildlnf war a ihrvfrHtory fosms structure former Ily used on a church but truimforuicl I into a teneiuent haws with aaaall mamas Ncarcvly eight by ten fee t dinwtoaiaiia opralnf llate a narrow hallway OH both the ncoond and thin ken maklMy a veritable Arm trap This IIs right in tIt bean of tbe Italian district and the irrratfot ex ritrmcnt prarailrd Three or torn minutes after 3 orlwk Momlay morning ihe fir wat dincovvrrd b it long before the flit apparatus reached the sera the In t rlor of the burning tenement wa peopled with wild Italian rannlnii hither and thither unable to flat means of earap- tircry room viuptlrd Its orrupaaU Into these narrow little halls and there was no evrap tar the frtrhtan ed tenants beesctse of the jams and they could not Jet out There wars at taut 19 families In the plate M panDa In all of waom perhaps M were children enable to raN for themselvesFour jumped from a frost window Herr l were hart One after anotbw the women end then the mm were takes down while other firemen derated tH dr atiest lion to drowiUatf out the Aftwra This tbry suececdefl In 4olnr la has than an hoar but during that hoer a trlerlaU1l McriW bad bras offrrrd Nearly very room IIn the bows con Weed ita vicilnt Few were faulty burned to death Most of toenl were smothered The bodies were carried out by the fmneo- Vlto Credavo Ila locked up oo BUB pinion of hating set An lo the build Inir lmdao wtb hia wlf sad two children orrupird the r+r portion of one of the upper stories IJm was arrested on a statement trade be Virginia DI Praia who was a hoarder In the houne IN Praia tow tap Kd ware a that what he was awakened by the asTMlw ko wflmd Cratfatto cal hla Ntt Ma ea to I W be became rah eiri bat dialed that he had set lire to the building or had any lmoIIa tc the origin of he fire THE MUtE HORROR It U Nov IlflUvrrf Thai All Ibt- llixUrn lit isle tiN Ash Sltn fI- nCH lees Reeoveretl CkfirtoatoM W Vs March 13lt UI bettwwl that alt the bashes In the tied AH table have Wen reeot trod TIN work of resets WBA susfiended Jiwhich are bajlcreti to be Ute hurt in the mlae A fall list shows 40 dead find 0 injured Two of Uw kittar 8- Iin re the hosfdtal hero ami will probably An Inqneat will be bald Tnemlay The euwso of the explosion IH still n matter of theory and willI prolmbly never be determined JIM fnnd for the bunnfit of the iHrreavod families IHI still growin- gmlnaamsd4re Starring Kingston Jamaica Mnroli ILThi condition of the laboring population hi llarlMidoeH In so bad that armngo munts art on foot to send JMOOO JKJO pic to St Lucln Starvntlan is unit ing the black population of the Irlsar- to desperation mid the troops who tinder the scheme of Imperial duf0110 I should hove left llurbaduoa for 81 Lu Ida have been ordered to remalu n Jtnrlmdoo Inoendlarlsm continues rampant thoru Trollop C ini elltlon Chicago March 11The entire Chi tmgo sabii ban train scribe of the Peniwylvanln railroad yrolwllly will1 be nbandonetl Local oiflrtfra of the company it IB said have recommend ed to the mniiHgement In Pittsburgh tint all of the trains with the excep then of one In each direction mnrniiifr sad evening be discontinued ns soon M pmetioable Trolley competition la the prinelnal SHUSH of the action 1renhlnntnl TVomlimllonn W hlngton MatchI lellu preal dont Saturday sent the following nominations to the minute To bo as sistant surgeons In the marine how pltal service Thomas n llurry of 1oxns U II Knrle of South Carolina M W Clover of Wont Virginia 1J 1 Lloyd of TfXiia labs I Long oft Pennsylvania Allan J McLutighlin of New Jersey 9nphn Ilitiuoril Flint Mich March 1JAt a npcclal1 meeting of the city council Monday a resolution was adopted In support of Mayor Crawford determination to prevent n proposed presentation tt Bapho here The resolution in itruotud the city marshal to prevent the performance Jin Uvldenco of VrccknKe Halifax N H March 13T1iere IIn no evidence of wrcokiigc along tln- Nova Scotia coast and the report of the foundering of the Htcuincr Count near Sub Islandl IIB not credited heru r LINCOLNS BODY MOVED It Was IMnced In M Temiiornrr Ito celvlnir Vnitlt Until the yen Munumenl In Comulelcil Springfield 111 March 1Attar a lajmu ot+ t4 years during which time they hava lain hermetically settled dud burled beneath u half doxun foot of solid concrete thin remains of Abraham Lincoln wero restored Saturday afternoon from the crypt of the Llnoolu national monument Mill transferred to n tumponiry vault of knollrthis removal of the liody vas made nee Hary by the dowolUWng of the tirosr struction For tjds pnrHie this ktat general assembly cf UlWtlis trade aa appropriation of 108000 Tile work easthroughout the winter slid Friday the large tore af workmen catae within touch of the burial casket The ceremonies atteHdlog the trans TreasurersubHe Instruction Hayliua represent ing tbe present board 4 trustees of the inonuirn were pi sent and wit neaseil tbe removal of the casket In these alMolal cafiacity add the Lincoln Monument awMKiatiuo The IJacola iiuard of Honor and the U A K Mere also represented None of this relative of the heeoll nnwideat wets presentWhen tM cedar box containing the metallic casket was imposed to view It vurn toned to he la a had stat of decay and In u fw years more It awayThusMead Its way late the cottereta taa sonry whisk formed a covering for the casket Mae raahol Itself was sot opened that eeremony being port I plItbe completion of tile sew monument The temporary vault prepared for the Docket hi II feet aqnar cad IAKtravtod with dovftl dncka than In sating teem for thou atc bodies now nadir the moauatoiit HIS LIFES JOURNY ENDED nun It J rtiPlix lUOIInUler lo- lltiKlnnil the nl sin Itnrfitonrc In New listen U- tNor nnveii rt Maya ltdIcon ft J Phvlpa fonaer wHateter to Ear tyIsleof about two mouths The end wu peafrful and for scteral hoar before ho paased away ac was uncjaariotin New Ilavea Ct Marsh It Puaeral icrrteea foe the tote Edward J Phelps feltMbdea h to Kagland ware bold tu Battat ohapL Dr Timothy lotglit sMUafai ufaawral addresa rho 0MP tla Itymaan AbWr- t earn A fatto tJw elMlpat aft Ms afcauMira at eight sators members of the Wols Head Fratrrnity of which Pvif lhelpa1 was an honorary member Among the honorary pallbearers were IVecldent Arthur T Hadley of Yale I rof William inhaai Humarr and lean Francis Wayland The body was taken to BurllagtoH Vt where the Interment la the tam ily plot will be made Taonday IMfly Were llrnwnoil Calaii Franc Marsh IlTaa UrtU labI steamer iMdaarwhJch lass arrived here from lIt Hcottond report that the Mritlsh steamer Cuvvr Capt QulBton from Aatwvrp for Bmirtl was sank la colUsioH with an nn known trawler The second mate cad two noamen of the Curler were reneued Thu roat of the crow of about oars believed to be lat Teleurnpli blur lit Aliok Seattle Wash Maroh 11Capt AitorcromUc and 43 government en Incurs will mil for the Copper river Alaska on the steamer 8U Paul this wedk11loy will at ease ptvjmre to lay bridge over the Copper KlutniQ and other rivers for the trail to the Yukon ami then will begin sett Ing poles for tilt telegraph lint It IIs the Intention to string most of the witw 1from Vwhlwe to St Michael u 31 ore acting of Ilnte Now York March i3it Is ru mored that the treat wanton rail roads have made nn agreement to do no morn cutting of ruins between Chicago and the western ootut Tin agretMiient it IIn reported on excellent authority practically amounts to an alliance of these railroads for mutual protection against the Interstate ooiumorco law Our IttulianlH ht Ilur lInn Hnvana March Hfhu United States armored cruiser New Virk Ragshlp of Bear Adm Farquhar 01111 uinndurinuhlcf of the North Atlnn tlu MpiAdron nrrivotl Intro followed shortly by the gunboat Muehlns The battle ship TextiB and tho cruiser De bolt nr vpeeted within the next 34 hours rTlicrc AVIII lie No Coiiiiroinl r- IMWsburgh Pa Marqh 11 Secre tiny Moreland of the Oiniegle Steel ID declared emphatically that 110 lompromttu in tho ponding Frlck arncglo litigation hind seer been Iroamcd of- 3lnnx XeitrufH llnplliuit Yaw York March 1Sugro men vomen nnd children some drat emu mute others blind but mo t of hnu whole and sound to th num ace of 181 worn plunged into i tank If water and brought out of H gasp ng anti breathless in tho Ml Olivet lapllst church Sunday CmiulliullNiit Clmriccil Vancouver U C March 11Two- t Indian chiefs ore In Jill hero chuvwd with cnunlhnllsu lit Alejt bay II C Ihcy arc charged with eating iiuniun led at otlatih SMALLPOX DISTRIBUTORS How tlie Oeriu Are Nurtured nnd the- Disease 1 Spread It would scum that people wHineror learn to bo careful Tho recent alarm Ing Npread of that dire upldomla mnllpox throughout different sea tlou of the country hiss been traced by phystclana and mnltariann In many instanoes directly to the moldy sail rotting layers of Paper tiil psata which dotter tho walls of many IIUWKN the practleo of laying hiyr after 1 layer af jmpor on a wall using win mon flour pad to la oapeotolly eaten I latail to OrcMb homea for dlseasu germ Peoplft could teat da Mtoro to ITct meh a result If they tried The rotting vegetable matter deeds eaves trans which arc ready to dart forth j oPflOltt1there1Maa JtoaiHl eaillaga van be coated with a pure efeaaly and sanitary ma larial ttka AUbantln for instance at no greatar espouse Atobcsilno Is 1II Ink bss eamait wHteh I Itself with the wall or aelllag It ito easily appllexL coatis ready to mix f with ookj water requites ao washiai1 or arrapiag before ralewlagor Iw safe tinting Is beautiful loaf lasting sad I Fur walls that liave hoes Infected nothing la equal ta Alauaatla aa n ilMoferlant to render them pure awl clean sad a1M rooms ogee mar hush I labio No iare 1o worthless that il UK sat i lests U osttutfto Ile DtatII iq t A hiCfIIP mu nony Nea1jr1 ass ftw strtk feature bir to Udr Q wsisesflfl4fletal a I Spring l P Medicine- v I I Tbvna no neaxHi when goods rnJiifI UMtinudi nevdi l DA In I ttprllllC and there no mmllclne winch dea to Mash Jfnud In tl Spring U Ittdis sareaparllla V I In fact Hprtng MetlUlne to an i ot1HPCA name fur Hoods Sarwmi trllla lo not delay taklag It A Dont pal It nit tillosr health A tone gets too low Ui bet lif- tedHoods t r SellIo JIharemutM that tired fjaeeling ilea tf rslaurolalamtrtigeUeMrmylhand 0 ak fe IiIDo nd keen that fufret IMMIr+ the limtt medlctHO Imoney ran luv let n bottle ArI a a wa mq ABSOLUTE 4 SECURITYII Genuine Carters Little Liver Pills Muet Roar Signature of p v H pwStmlb Wrsrper llelo- wTnynaU I a4 a yII to tkas augur CARTERSP PM HEAIACML ran DIZZINESS fOR BIUIUSMESS FOR TOM LIVER FOR CONSTIPATION FOR SALLOW SKIN FOR THECOMPLUIOII I = GJ CURE SICK HEADACHE fairy LaMar of the Henry LaMar Comedy Co wrote from Hlr ra Me January a8 1900 Send me another bottle o- fPalmers Lotion quick I thank you for recommending 1U Ho WAS troubled wi- thPIMPLES or pustules on his taco from which a dozen doctors had failed to relieve him Use LOTION SOAPi- n connection with tho Lotion W Lit DOUGLAS C3 350 SHOES UNIOI l comparedvvith llulorurd by over f J 000000 wee non Thtiaeriulne lure W LtIouUit rums and ptlcof lumped on bottom Iah- ino lubtlUute claimed to bt 1000our dealer I keen thmil we willend a pall receipt ol xue and jc a =citni for carriage State kind ol leather ITits ami width plain or cap 1Ot Cat tree saran M1L DOUCLAS IiICOE CO Drocktan Plus M DtBullsCOUCH F V Cures Croup and WhoopIngCough Unozccllod for Consumptives Qlvoa quick curd i c ulla Kefute iiubttltute OrNatfhiresrtlJiffouraar md InII 1II i rS l v LIN I k I d Ifu- I 4 N j vKENTUCKY SITUATION r Neither Side Intend to Cause a Open Conflict of Arms 11 Still OrnU Uneniiliie I Ielt am Will Hi Until UK Meiiiherii of alto lrKIln t u re Hnve Drpnrtci- lAflrr Adjournment larell JutlgIteldaSaturday 0111111011UIRI I cases brought to determine tilt gar omorshlp oontrovurq lie holds Hint i lugislaturosI for this ofUe- aPrnnkforu I Ky March 11W 11II Conltmi a ulurk in the oUtes of State i j Auditor SwiwMoy Wu arrested and 1IIi j I 1lluityI I t j Goebel Tim nrrtwt war laarta by Chief at Pallet William I Warrant tare ulo l een Issued for Um arrest of Herrrtsrr of StAte Catob ij polktnnan i j I I rrunkfurt KV MarchI 1LTim- aserIE e j 1 who held the warrants for the arrant of Secretary of State Caleb I Powers HM Mate Mouse Policeman complicitylMJ I I emjrftoftiny ttatunlay IIn the evening the two men drraed IIn thu uaifaniM of BoMlers accompanied by about W e tkhrre saccMital In getting on btiftnl a train b+U were srrWsl upon their srrival at Lexington whore they are now IH jell Tfcr flrat mow OH the pert of fleck I IMM foUwwurw toward the farmn than of a state guard irndT hta ad minim ration kiss bites mud City Clerk lien Maralwll circulated n I end enlist the ruquWtu 111IjIj laen who are to compose u roiapaiiy for which Iwve bredi guns provMml i by riUiewft here most of thrill living cither noodlo gvits or Wlaeheatera- Itackham appointed Col David It Murray1 of Cloverprtrt assistant ad jutant general with the rank of eoloarl awl lit was sworn InII lUrlawl Whittaker and too who are conlhtwl1 In Jail IIfreI charged with compUtity lilt awMs sfnailoM were removed float the Jail at aa early hour Sunday morning sail- hI taken in a hack to Shelbytitle when they were placed on a train and tent to Louis lilt under henry gnarl Taylor lets iasued a lengthy stale meat aildrassod1 to tin people of Ken tuehy reviewing the condithMis lead lag upI to the serloii oamlltlnna and1 dangera now eoRfroMtiiif them a- nf I Mveveiy ttOHjJoinnlnff tlio oounui inhunI b IIii tint 17 eaBtatelfyroar rtiteh l ii- a0tlraehaM o1 OJl1t111I ItittaWT mt IHnL He HM wrpIalHaI why he irrRRtotl prnleiift to Stvrvtary af State Powers W 11 Uott C1111L llnley sail Unpt Davis lCxilllrton Ky March ItTltethrtwiened riot over the arrest intro of Swrolnry of State Pnxver and lPo llr man Davlw did not take tiptoe The It time wnll ripe1 Hwlcr tnlslaailln re Porte that iHonntaln men ware pre paring to rwteuc the prisoners from the jail for dpepiTHti reslstnnco on the mrt of the boil oflleoro who lire mostly JoclKl men sail had nu at iKinpt turn math to take the prinon ere the result IK unplonmuit to con trmplatraptI I Hgiairc wool d onkrti from AMrtst nt Adjt ion Dlxon un tier the Taylor ndinlnlntnttlon to ills bund the noldlon here Ho Ignored 118 onion Ilottert Kenny of thus pity IK netting nil naststant ndjiitnnt general under Ciihtloiniin- l IIMnllllayl IIS III Lrankltn county Sheriff Itosworth jjI of this county 1 Police Detective liar ry hInj I were IIIMI III charged with Ruing ncee iorhH buforo j the tout to tlio killing of oolnt They old tilt prisoners to got up and tireII In their Notdlur clothe tic they wltntI til tthem to lithe n ride Powers tohl too oflltorH that thIhnd no right to take them out of kill nt such nn nn cemly hour and not tell them where they were to bej taken mill thatthey tail no right to take them out without first allowing them to KCO their attorney The of lUera told then to hurry up cold Jrrv that they hadI no time to ills rasa law points nnd when lowers rlttfused to driHw the olUecnt iiHsltted Mini He contlnuud to resist after tvaji dressed And the olloer IllIIII 1h stiffed him nnd Dnvia together They hnd to rjrng the prisoner I down the ftops nail to force thum into welting ctnrrlnget They woro then driven to Ventnlllea where they t rnulrorInhn II Cnstlomnn held it ootisultn lion wltli HhurlffH Sutvr mid lies worth at 10 Sunday nfjjlit Iud It IH Mipposcd that It was decided then to ttithe the prisoners to loulllIIII1JUnlHvlllu Ky March I8IIJIIrtury of Stnto Powora and Cnpt DavU were brought here from exlngton in custody Monday morning IIlIdI phiewl in the county Jnil The priMt I t inem were driven from Lexington I nII IjiwrenuchnrgI whore they took IIIjI LoulKvtllu Southern train for this dljrFrankfort Ky March t1AdJtII p ieu Collier arrived hurt from Iouls t g4J rills Monday nod Immediately j hort confuronrp with hhlII tint Taylor When KOCH IIft l InIIllItlCltj I t bringing any more troops llciv rit j nriweut Shortly otter Lieu lolllprs I I r o ShcrlnRlltcr CotIcrfittesthadingly awiiircd Sheriff Sutcr that he would bo easily found in case a Will rant Va8 iSHIICll Adjt Gun John 11 Cnstlcmnn nr rived here nt 10 oclock Monday and emocrntleIItockhnm nod other tenders for oiiio time Tlio organization of the nmv state guard under licckham tutu CiiHtloman Is bolng arranged for Sev eral companion In time state guard as originally constituted late gone over to licckham and It IH understood thnt the new company organized hero Sunday nnd companion imitated nt Louls ville fiat other pointH III the slate rhoInntiw1l1xtU11n resolution ht tint house Tuesday an tliorllng raatlomnn to arm aunt equip a militia recognising Ilueki tin an Igovorllllr rani enrrying let npproprltl tlon of 100000 to put It Into effect lrankfort Ky March IL11e ell nation In 1ninkfort Nitons n nulhMl Improvement from that of 34 IIOHW iago lHblle excitement worked tip to the highest pitch by the arrestti of jHeeretary of StAte Powers Capt Da via sad the others accused of roan jplldty in the assassination ut Will IIlnoRIIganUed militia of lleekhaiii was to attempt to take poansoaion of the state balklliigs or arrest Taylor smut umottg UiedimfieratH that the stab militia would attempt to arroat Bach ham tllail away almost entirely when It IiecaiHe evident thud neither Bfdu had any Intention of initiating hostil IItbis NtnerthehMM great unensiHess ntlll exist esfteeiatl amoHg the republic ass Demoeratle lenders do not dotty the retorts that further wrests Will he nmdo In eonnoetion with time hoe brl aamaslnatlon which one proml seat deiHoemt said might also In elude some nUootll1 duiuocmta and already several rouubllaan mem bem of the 1 legislature liare left Frankfort presumably to arohl JIOB aibie lIt Kuinors in regard to the arrests Ineluduil Hot only the names of Taylor sad republican Hum of1IIJtas yet howerer In the service of further warrants lies one of the eritieal point of the general situation as mvera reMib lleaH mewlHirs of the legislature bore openlyI expressed their Intention of resisting swell service to theI last while an attempt to nrrunt Taylor at presoHt wnuhl In all irolHibllity be lnrtI 0001111 liven Iulgetl by sUf H iwtHtbUoan loaders to rmiuve mite Mt ill Movarnmcnt 4 loadna fW UlP fJftiIififtt AvUerW 11- I ior uTfMlftb SBfer frwm tlio mMlhtiny af arrestv Mat It IB understood he ha rofmted to take each action and wilt rmnnlH In Frankfort until the federal ootirUi liavo flimsily HIMMI on tho ills puted goveriMirahlp- Tlio developmenla of the next few hours will probably settle things ono vty or the other an time loghilnturo had but that muoh longur to live such with n peaceful Until settlement anti u departure of time legislators much pnwmirc will lho removed Oen John IU Costlomnn adjutant general under Iteokhntn arrived hen and npent several hours In conference with the democratic otllelalH IIt Is underatAd tIt Iteckhnm and iien rnNtlemnn will mike no decisive move tnminl reorgnnlalng the state guard till after the court of npponln Ipnssce on the contests taw pending in that tribunal Democratic limdorn sty that military companies nre being raised by the dcmooratx In various count ION but none of these will bo mustered Into the service for route time yet unlcm n critic Iis reached whlcli they do not anticipate Gen rnMtleimiu said Peace In whM wo n+vnut We arc not hunting for n clash ntul now IH n good time for conserva tism to bo practiced by everybody The legislature which Is about to adjourn sine tilt paHscd nn hills up to the lUMMHfcltmtioii of Onobel and as- a result of the crisis following no meusuretr paused ever renolicd Iny lorfc table Kleven bills laic sluice pasiMd and have either been approved 101mfilII tance approved by him HO far nn tho Gochelnssnsslnnttonrcwnnl bill and the Mcfhord railroad nnticxtnrtion mcwHiire It IH prartlwilly settled that llockhnm will Mill an extra Howlon in the event the court of lust resort lit cIdea in his favor tint till date of tho convening of mitt KCMOII will not be deflultcly Rxn l till till court of ap peals pusacM on time governorship ruse It IH gunerally believed however that It will be railed for the middle of April or tho first of tiny 1LAID 10 REST The llemnlitn tit Senator Corhrl- Tnkefi From Cliniiel nnd Hurled In the Cemetery Frankfort Ky March 1b =The re mains of Gov Goebol wore Monday afternoon taken from the chapel where I hey Lute been uiiilur guard since February find burled in tho plot of ground west of tho uhatel on mho brow of time hill overlooking the Kentucky river The services were brief cousin lug lmllor II prayer singing1 Members of the legis Ioturp intended In u hotly ntie spat selected for the Interment Iis tho highest ulcco of ground In ttho cem etery anti till monument to be eruct oil will easily bo won scout nil overtime city A leading pistol1 manufacturer in Massachusetts tins founded u Lcspii1 r INDIAN UPRISING Hszlcam Troop Unable to Bupprei tit Oulhreak In the State of Sonora Mexico Austin Tex March 10 Advices from Ortiz state of Sonora Mexico are that the Indians have continued their depredations to an alarming extent during the past week having ransacked u great stretch of territory and done no little damage to soy oral hamlets along the road between Potam nnd Torln The Mexican troops do not seem to be able to cope with time situation nt the present writing and It is manifest that more men will be needed to effectually suppress the uprising The Indians who were all banded together about ten days ago for the purpose presumably of making nn ttuak upon the main forces of the Mexicans near Torln have again ells pursed into roving bunds of some 200 or 300 each and In this manner tney arc covering n great range of terri tory and doing more damage In tho way of marauding movoinentB It is evident however that they are inconstant communication with one another both by runners und by rigunl fires as almost every night Big nal fires are flushed front the menu tains indicating thin temporary camp of some of the Indians Owing to the unsettled nnd ex tromely wild country In this neigh borhood however the Mexican troops do not duru venture to tho location In the night and for tint matter they find great dlflleulty In leaving time road during the dayowing to the arrow of prickly roar amid chnparrel through whloh they have to wade and which seriously Interfere with their progress The Mexican troops lire very auspicious of time ludicps laying traps to massacre tho entire force WHEELERS POSITION He In Still lu the Volunteer Service lilt Itr lKiintloii loser having lleeii Itecelveil Washington March 10Tlme state ment attributed to Gen Joe Wheeler In n recent Interview in San Fran eUco that he tendered his resigna tlon an an oiilcor of tho volunteer army last November lax caused some aurprhio among tho ofllclnls of the wur department It IH said by those that If Gen Wheeler hUH tendered his resignation the doou incut has not yet reached the adjutant generals of Ilea According to the records of then r department Gen Wheeler Is still an officer of tho volunteer army and IK In receipt of tho pay unit allow ances of a brigadier general In case he desires to quit time mill tary service to resume hn legislative duties the matter wilt be considered by the president utter n personal con theowar ilgpnrtinant Unit Cen 1 lhmaltfOi was oraorodhonio from tic Pliiu p reportedsto time department by Gen Otis IN THE PHILIPPINES Gen Ante Kzpedllloii rod servo 3leu Killed rnd Ten Wounded Innnrttenlii In South Camarlne Manila March 10 lens Young anti Hood two asking for reinforce moots amid a battalion of the 48th regiment has been coat to Aparri Other troops will follow Time rebels recently persistently attacked Aparrl for several hours but were finally driven away Details of the affair are lucking Geti HntCH has returned here niter leaving garrisons in the provinces ofI North nnd South Camarines The ex pedition lost seven men kith and 10 wounded On entering Now Caceres province of South CnmarincK Gen Bates learned that 2000 insurgents had departed the same tiny Tin Americans Immediately sent out three pumulng columns encounter ing the enemy In three small engage ments nnd killing n total of 40 men- The Spanish prisoners report that the enemy has divided into small bands in the mountnlnH under the leadership of Gen Lcgnspu Incendlnrlmu Knayeetcd Chicago Marcli 10Irant evidence collected It Is believed that the dc ft met Ion by tIre Thursday night of the Second Presbyterian church iuJ tho burning n few weeks ago ot the Trinity Methodist church were the work of un incendiary crank IVith fire started1 in the organ loft where It eras almost impossible to reach the tlnmrs llov W K McClelan pastor of Trinity church received a pontn card bearing tho following motsago lout does not care any more for churches than he does for barns 01 IJio would not let them burn mil An ctTort will bo trade to find the wrilcr Churned AV tit Iolnnnlnir Columbia S C March tin1 ten Kalion linn been lIa II Ill here by the- retrrest of Mrs 15cllc Griddlck a hundeoinc youlISwDlmn1 time charge of poisoning her usbaiul who died February 10 The oroncra jury at the timo of Mr virnddlcke death lud tie wife and u yutg mat named lildrldgo Dawklns arrested but the two were released Buoscquent ly on a teuhnlcaliy 011oedeorkAFN flecINlu6 Grand ItapJdH Mich March 10 After considerable disciiBKlon the convention of Amalgamated Wood workers decided not to admit uphol sterers irnishcrs and gliders ti membership in the Woodworkers union Will Adopt Marroiil System- S York Marcht North niirmim Lloyd line will adopt the Mar ccuil system ot wireless telegraphy on its fast vessels as n means of uommu ncatlng with the land on each side o thw Atlhntic ITICKET NOMINATED nxcnv V nelm Xomlnnted for Pre tdent and Joh Harrlninn for Vice IrBldent= by Social Democrats IJrJfRha 10IIorlrenOIlfor VIcePresIdcnt Job Ilnrrl man of California TJIWiai the nntloual ticket of the social democratic party which will absentthe Holqultllarrlman faction of tho wlallstlo labor party by agreement hnppylDcWMlli attract hundreds of thou sonqof Voters to their party They profs to sec time buginnlng of a victoryTho to unite withMh ioclallntlo labor faction re tainKtlie party name social demo cratic party The candidates nnd the byteaa n + to ttnoypfereiidum Mrs rbat had previously refused to ttggcpi mho nomination but finally Huggiunbed to Iiiersuaslon ithtl from tho explanation of nlplTlnllhlff myUntopnldTlij thou BnninclolUrm Della received nmuranet thatjhe debt would be taken core of and flwt he would receive a rest of lOutS AtSlridiy mornings Bo rton of the convention the nominations of Deba and Harriman woro conflrmcd Indianapolis Ind March 8Time social democrats adopted the follow lug platform on motion of Kugone V Debt 1 Ilrrlsion of our antiquated fed oral ponUitution in order to remove the obstacles to hill and complete con pooploIncplethS The public ownership of all Indus tr1controlled by monopolies trusts and Combines It The n dlc ownership of all rail Ponds telegraph telephone nil menus of transportation communication wnter works iras and electric plantn nnd Other public utilities 0 Tow public ownership of nil gold allter copper lead iron coal and nl other mines also nil oil and gas wells I jtnluction of the hours of labo n proportion to the increasing fucili tics of production G me iiibuguration of a system of public work and improvements for thp cmployineut of n largo number of thfc Unemployed the public credit to bc purijoset be free tall o hr inventor to bo romunorated by tins public K r ljorjeglglatlon to be made na titiii IWpartllSngi local arid Interne tiona t ct11folfillble 9 lnllnalI insurance of working people agilnst accidents lack of em ployment fend want in old ago 10 Equal civil sail political rightr for men find women and the abolition of all lows discriminating against women 11 The adoption of the initiative and oferondutn and the right to re call epresentativcs by the voters 12 Abolition of war as far as the Unit d1 States are concerned anti the introduction af international arbitra tion nstcad The committee on resolutions re porl consideration nnd approval oft n resolution condemning the estab IIl1h eat ofihilitnrisni in Porto Kico std Jhe Vlulnation of capitalists to- prirc tnx Inhabitants of Porto Kico of tlie franchise VlaJitlnR Rebellion Inillnnii Oa non Mexico March 12A force of Mexican ttroops numbering less than 1200 men under command of Col Francisco Gonzales made a steady advance against the Maya Indians in Yucatan during the mat sev oral days anti has gained several miles of rcjbel territory Several attempts were tirade by the Indian to ambush the government troops but were un successful Skirmishes between time troops and Indiana ore of daily occurrence but there are few casualties reported on either side u Another fllow at Trnttc Jaiftsgn Miss Mai eh 12rhu senate by n vote of 34 to 4 paused tho house antitrust bill The bill makes nil trustrt nud coinhinis illegal nil contracts with such null and void nnd tiny agent punishable by heavy flue and Imprisonment Xo corpora flout ts permitted to purchase or con trol the business of another in the lame bushiofis Any peruon injured ya trust corporation may recover OOI RcfnNid to Hnrr the Corpse I liqrnando Miss March 11 Thomas ClnyjQii n Negro was shot to death in tlitB Bounty by members of his own race because of criminal assault on a 10ycarold girl He was caUed to his cabin door and bullets from n dozen Winchesters were tired into his body The bjacks refuse to bury the corpse Tune IH no excitement among the plaui t ion hands Granted Another IU t H s Nashville Tonn March 11Gov McMtjlIu limn grunted VO days respite to C ill iivcim of Jefferson county whniivvtm to have been executed Mi rrth t4 for complicity in wife mur tier This IH the second respite grant ed myeliN on account of illneiw To Klondike ny Auittniotille N q York Mnroh lfle French liner Aqultulno which annie into port ruin Jinvre brought tlutx French men vyho say they intend to make thc attcjhpt to go to the Klondike by au tomclilet1tlll i I1L 4 sdrTrbrfrlrtrg4GEfFQcFGCctrFtkLGtrllCc tLtFtfrSru trhi S+ 6ktrrfin + EG C w trRA w Ii I STATE NEWS HAPPENINGSII ANTIEXTORTION BILL It Vise the MaxImum of Freight Ilnted and InnUliea nincrlml- untlon and Kxtortlon FrankfortKylarch Drhe house passed the McChord railroad antiox tortlon bill by a vote of 50 to 42 TIme bill authorizes the state railroad com mission to fix the maximum of freight rates and to punish discrimination and extortion From a party standpoint Its passage was the carrying put of tliK principal plank in the platform on which the late William Gocbol was dominated The republicans in n body opposed the bill and up to the last it looked ns If enough democrats would bolt party lines to defeat the bill hut on the final vote only two Uupre sentntives Kialr and Armstrong vot ed with the republicans agniiiKt it nnd Henry and Orr democrats did not vote That time bill will be approved by the democratic governor is 00111I cododII If the Court Decide In nor ofr j IlecUhnni One AVIII tie Itirly In Stay 1I1t1II Frankfort IJreh Drhc den I 101Ingwill decide In favor of licckham lire preparing for nn extra session of the II 1legislature early in May Hcckham it is said determined thnt the fate oft tho McChord bill which has just brutI passed in the house should decide whether or not an extra sessionI should be culled Tlip passage of the bill the leaders say indicates that all1 party measures can bo passed and therefore assures an extra session rime Crenshaw school book bill which passed the senate is expected to go over to the extra scston th time being too short for it to pass th house at the present session Mad flog Scare nt 3lorelienil Morehoad Ky Marti 1IAhout JmSSetl1Ihroulh thrc II mad but nothingstrange dog was r l more was thought of until recently I when rive or sjx of too home dogs went mall timid started out throughI the town The marshal killed mad ones before tiny damage wall done The Jury Aecinltted tint Glasgow Ky Marcia 11 George Dove who last November killed Joe Jones by chopping his head oft ivit nn ux was tried and acquitted In the circuit court here It was shown by the testimony that lanes lad been too intimate with Doves wile nnd the jury was out but n short time deliberating upon their verdict IDoos acquittal is satisfactory to th public Knew Nothing of the Murder Frankfort KyMarch 0Mrs Ame lia SnfTcI whose nnmc has been widely published as an eyewitness to the Goebel assassination and who it was said had made sensational statementsI in regard to the assassination which would he brought out by the anti Goebel side gave out n statement say ing that she knew nothing of the mur der nnd hud never said thnt she did ItnllroiKl Will Fight Frankfort KyMarch 10It is un derstood that the railroads will fight the McChord bill on the ground that it did not pass the senate according to the constitutional requirement be cause only 10 senators voted The case will likely be taken through nil the courts and the enforcement of the law may thus be postponed for several yearn Ilia Tsmim la Hnlllii Louisville Ky March 10fhe first name of Whittaker hold without bond en the charge of killing William Goebel luau been determined It Is not Ilnrlau 1111 rIll 1111 or Holland as has been published but it is Hollins lIe wets named after Martin Hollins a miller who died several years ago Whittakers friends say he Is an ex pert shot Tlu lion HOOK I1cr1II Lexington Ky March 11The jI concatenated order of hoe HOOK for this state met here and initiated ten j members The order Is made up of lumbermen railroad men nnd newspaper j men and is about 300 strong I lteIIIldrdj I I by the local members j I Prenentlment of Death Morehend Ky March 12Mist- Clara Walsh aged 10 died at Malone In Morgan county titter nn illness of I two weeks Before Miss Walsh was I taken sick anti while in perfect health she seemed to have a presentiment j of death anti selected her Ij burial IraiH and the place where she wanted her body Interred I I j Dig Tnlmceo htJmrlltII I Lancaster Ky March 110weosI born purlieu representing various Louisville tobacco companies have just shipped the last cf 8000 pounds of tobacco purchased in thin countIjI I Gurrurd smutty growern j 000 for this lot Mny seek the Honor Lancaster Ky March l0lion TQcher Owsley county attorney may seek tho inminntlon for pre lclellttal elector in thin the Kighth district poliI1tlanI JACK CHINN BRINGS SUIT lie Aiiloi DmnnRfu From a Frankfort AVomnii Who said That He Had Shot AVIIIInni Gneltcl Frankfort Ky Marcia 8rCol Tat k Chlnn the turfman and politician null who was with Win Goebfolt when the utter was assassinated ilMl suit for libel against Mrs Kato M louts wifoiof n merchant of this city The first paragraph charges that de fondant in the presence of various people declared that she snw Chlnn shoot Goebel front behind find that 1 by this libelous declaration he has been damaged in the sum of 25000- Tho second count says nnd the plahmjtiff further states that the defendantij toile M Manta nt numerous other i iIfECforilowing false slanderous tad lOIICYIf words of and concerning the flamf time avowed purpose of charging tho plaintiff with having fired the shot rthat caused William Goebels death f- I Wherefore plaintiff says ho is dam t aged In tho sum of 10000 for Ihe asks a judgment nnd for ell properff toilet i Tho petition IH signed by axCliieC Justice W S Pryor nnd James An drew Scott ns attorneys t Frankfort Ky March DCol T C Campbell Ileft for New York where ho goes to file n 100000 libel suit for Col Jack Chinn against the New York Wvrld The World printed alleged statements from tits Amelia Saffelliund tits Kato M llantn of thin Sty charging that Chine killed Goebel 25000jllbelShot HIM SlNterM AllrKcil Ilctrnjpr eFallon Ky larch 12Hd Snyder breasteat Hat tiers camp grounds Sunday about noon Vowels will die Tltujj cause of tho trouble was the alleged betrayal of Hose Snyder n sister of Ilid Snyder by Vowell Snyder until Vowoll met in front of iii church find services were going oil within theYY building when tho shooting began Several shots struck the building tad n stampede took place Snyder es I coped All the parties aVe prominent I CornrnmtderILogan of was to succeed Gen Stanley MHward of this t city as commander of the Kentucky ofhi Pythias McCracken tint Dayton Kyrwn K the c niontllnI ffivn dido Ie before tho commissioned of fleers of tho five regiments of the state whp constituted the election board eAceuned of Vnmliillnm Fra nkfortKy March 1oThe local officers have determined to prosecute Lieut Pierce of Lexington who iIII charged with desecrating the state house by stripping the crape placed there in memory of Senator Goebel A full list 01 wit nClsc has been oh talned and a warrant is to be issued charging Pierce with u liJgu mode mcanorFI F Election CommlnKloncrx Inilletei- Kicholasville Ky March 9Attor nay John II Welch Jailer BeII Hun ter and II L Scott county commis stoners under the Goebel election lawiiIn the November election have beenII indicted by the federal court They wept to Lexington Thursday morning to give bond for their appearance at time October term of the federal court Stopped SnphoV Sale Louisville Ky March 11Thenames ot n number of persons who throughboysmitted to the grand jury by Chief of Police hunger who stopped tliesalu of tho books any Kit ten fly n Ilntilil Hon Ulehmond Ky March 121 rabid dog bit Carl Stoll the little son of J II Stoll four times and n Negro boys vas also attacked before the animal was killed by the police The victims were taken to the Uurgin madstoue at Clay Ferry Will llel the Mlnern- j Frankfort Ky March ti Among the important measures that beoninu laws lust week Will the senate bill riv quiring that alt mining companies pay their employes ju cash every two weeks County tIt Iay Louisville Ky March l2In tin case of the Marc Hubbort nyulnst Taylor County Judge Evans decided thut the county must pay tins claim of ZOCS99 Ithcollltlof1 0 IoiilnvllloH Iopulntlon- j cityj a lotion of 232200 an increase over lust year of 1322 r IltneIhllitier Consented t Owlngsvllle Ky inrch ll Olio State Creek Iron Co whiuh has burn In operation lucre for several years hits gone Into liquidation by robin tory consent of the stockholders Tlio II corporation s Rcttllng its n1 airs 1m loss is n serious blow to the county hpluctnto or 11Qat1eN WnaMngtcn Ky March 11lhls little vllltigo IK In the throes Qftm ep idemic of measles Out qf a pomm t4td31diseaselug night nnd tiny rl + x + T 1 1 W1l l t k i f THE HICKMAN COURIER George Warren HIOKMAN KY FRIDAY MARCH 10 1900 THE CRISIS AT FRANKFORT I All Quiet Until the Court of Appeals Ads All is now quiet at Frankfort and will1I probably remain so until the Court u r Appeals gives its decision on the Governors contest which it is understood will bo witlOT tho nod two weeks A collision may bo precipitated to be sure but both sides now appear to dwire toI avoid any resort to nrms There was imminent danger of blood shed for several days this week occas ioned by tho arrest of Secretary of State I Powers and Capitol policeman Davis The report obtained that Gov Taylor would not permit tho arrest of those par tics with tho others charged with bob necessaries to tho assassination of Gov Ooobcl and for one day officers wore do nied access to the Executive building iinI which Powers nnd Davis worn seoroted and on that day tho two men mado their exit from Frankfort on the railroad ac companied by a squad of soldiers Tho I Frankfort officers telegraphed ahead ofr tho train nnd ut Lexington they were arrested by the Sheriff and placed finI jail Here was tho greatest excitement and danger under tho report that Tay lora militia would be sent to Lexington I to take thorn out of jail nnd it WAS known k I Ithatif such attempt was made that theI I officers and their forces would fight t t hold tho prisoners Happily the danger if passed and the prisoner were afterwards removed to the Louisville jailI l whore they now are Up to this time woven urea have been I arrested in connection with tho awueint 1 anon of Gov Goobel andl warrante anI out for two otheritCharlus Finloy and John L Powers Those arrested are t countytl Culton of Jaolceon county John Davis J t tofJcflorson county J L SaUou of Wbitloy county SlIM Tone of Whitloy f fOOUII and W S Hailfpp of Darren 1 rjS jjaounty Of thee Suttee and Jone are t out on hondo t Tho prisoners were found to hurt ipar dons on tholr porwm nlgnod by Taylor as Govornor pardoning tliem from any accusation of complicity in the KWHMHH I Iolionof Goobel Judge Fields the Cir decided andJudge against Taylor that Bcckham was the legalI Governor I t tandat this stage of course the courts t tIImotrecognize any purported pardon t by Tnylon Taylor address to tho par Ifm jjloI mnong other things states that the r1 j courts are partisan and that therefore Uicsemon would not bogivun a fair trial I and therefore ho pardons them before trial To defy the courts is revolution 4 i trod there 10 no remedy for existing oonII t t ditions oxcopt to obey the courts0 Gov Beokham announces that he willcc act strictly by law and will not ro to force until after the Court of Ap 1 1onlyhas decided and that if that court f in his favor ho will occupy thlcc buildings and offices peaceably if ho can but forcibly if he must I i i JUDGE FIELDS DECISION Appeal to Higher Courts I The Democratic nnd Republican attor neys agreed that tho contest cases should I I be consolidated and hoard first before Judge Fields of Louisville That Judge decided against Taylor and in favor ofI Beckham that is to say decided that the- decision of tho Contest Board and Loge islaturo was final and these had pronounced in favor of Beckham Tho case now goes to the State Court of Appeals and it is generally believed both by Re publicans as well as Democrats that the State Court of Appeals will affirm Judge Fields decision and that Beckham will in law and fact be the Governor True there is nn expectation that the Repub eMS will take the case to the Supreme Court of tho United States but to do so there must bo some issue involving rights under tho Federal Constitution and Judge Tnft of the US District Court has already heard that hide of tho case in its strongest light and decided ad versely to tho Republican contention Therefore it looks like tho decision of the Court of Appeals will settle it THE Republican administration hasI shown conclusively that it belongs toI the trusts and has to do exactly as they demand President McKinley announc ed a few months ago that all the pro ducts of Porto Rico should bo admittedl free of duty but the sugar and tobaccoI trusts saw that if It was done their bus mess would bo interfered with so thoy gave orders ttho Republican party that there must be a tariff duty on Por RepublicanHousel fifteen per cent duty bill Another Arrest 1 14Frankfort Ky March 13Unbriol A to broughtFrankforttho Sheriffof Ho wasi suedcomplicityinThe Sheriff and tho officials hero rofusui to give out auy information in regard toi the arrest Taul was not taken tn jail but spent tho night at the Capital Ho tel in charge of an officer t 1 t rLi- t LOCAL NEWS Gordon seeds aro in demand SOIUO of our people planted Edens this week Some people insist that tho fruit crop is all right so far tSTTako your Fowl and Game to SHAW tC SHAW No fruit is over killed in March in this section says an old inhabitant Why is a dogs tail like the pith o 1a tree It is further from tho bark firstfclass Northern Clover Seed free from Bnokhorn Every map should take his renal paper and thereby keep posted on our rout events Dont bo in too big a hurry about taking down your stove two or throe pretty days dont make Spring Tho Obiou Presbytery of tho Gum borland Presbyterian Church was in session at Dyoreburg lost week irFinest lino of Wall Paper Samples in tho market Como and look at thorn SmnhrigThe Logan brothers who broke jail at Dyorsbnrg BOUIO threo mouths ago wore captured at New Madrid Mo last weok Bishop Miles of Jackson Tennessee- Bishopof the Colored Methodist Church was in the city Sunday and preached to bin eople rPorsunnt to an order from Wash region nil pensioners residing in tho Sonth will hereafter be paid by tho pen lion agent at Knoxville Tenu Sugar has taken a tumble of ten cents on the hundred pounds this week This coupled with the collapse of the Hour trust and the advance in cotton lI4 a hopeful sign 0An Ohio girl ran away from homo recently because her parents wanted her to play tho piano and now tho young won of her acquaintance are be moaning a lost opportunity Peoplo who attend to their own business have no time to attond to any body elses business Tho meddlesome pooplo never succeed in anything ox copt in mating themselves unpopular Tho infant son of Dr and Mrs JMI Baker died Friday last at their homoI in Jouosboro Ark Tho friends and relatives of the bereaved family express loop sympathy for them In tu lOIN of their lattlo baOOIj 1ST I My stock of Floor Matting and j Oil Cloth just received They are all choice selections and I bare put the price very low on them Come in and make your ehokte before tho stock fat broken 82Jt 110 AUHBHU Raster comes on April 16th thisII yeart which is unusually late and in faot it is in a week of the latest possible tirodatoand on this account it is impossible forIit to come earlier than March 31st or la tor than April 25th Fnlton Leader 9th inst t A little son of Widow FJatt near Alexander was bitten this morning by a mad dog on tho public road and was taken immediately to Paduoah byI way of Water Valley to try the mad stone remedy to see if it was hydrophobia The retail fish market of the Union totaUydestroyedThe fire is thought to have been of in cendiary origin as there had been no- ire in tho building in over a week Tho Companys loss was not ovor 15000 as they had lately moved most of thoir goods to Obion Taylorhusmissionary to China now at Shanghai n very pretty but unique wedding invita tion after Chinoso customs It is of Chinese characters printed in two up plaucdand texture Edisons great Kiuetoscopo and Con cert Co the greatest and most famous exhibition of tho kind boforo the public will exhibit at City Hall tonight Now illustrated songsThe Girl I Loved in Sunny Tennessee tI Mid the keen reproductions tette Admission 16oU i children lOcts Reserved seats on sale at usual plac- efit If yon want Style Fit and especially Quality in MISSES AND CHILDRENS SHOES it will pay you to see our lines RIOENAYLOR Cash Shoe Storo greatincroasoNo average follow can gaze at tho stupendous array of figures necessary to represent on paper Jho fortunes of tho Rockfellers Carnegiea and tho low other fortnnatcs who have raked off their winnings from the big wheel o fortune without feeling that this is groat country but at the same tiiuo ho will fool that he is a mighty small por lion of it Under tho law tho following pay will bo allowed tho census enumerators Two cents for each name recorded and 20 cents for each farm visited The country districts will contain on an average from 1500 to 1800 per sons and tho city districts from 1300 to 2000 No enumerator in pcrmitodto have a district containing ovor 2000 persons An average days work will bo 100 names although some may double thatWE have saved many doctor bills since wo began using Chamberlains cough Remedy In our homo We keep a bottle open all tho time and when any of my family or I begin to catch cold wo begin to nso the cough remedy and as n result wo never havo to send stray for i a doctor and incur a largo doctor bill for Chamberlains Cough Remedy nov er fails to euro It is certainly a med icino of great merit and worthD Ki MHAUKLE general merchant and arM or Mattie Bedford Co Pa For salo by Cowglll et Cowglll Hiokman and A M ShaW State Lino druggists 0 HICKMAN BOY IN LUZON II IN Trip on the Ocean JUntlltM KngiiKtMl in Inland Scents fce isDAN P L Jon Bfy mm DRAft OouRinn I landed herb tin idI day of January uftor being on thb Isci flo 32 or 33 doll On the Hd of January our Regiment loft Mnniln nnd ha Uun haTfe boon in1 ekirmiahof and one bait Tho battle ln tod 23 hours Q Oornisin- carried oil tho honors on that occa on I will try and describe tho bimlo to you uuYbattnllion the hid consisting ot F I and G Companion uftor a march of ISI miles approached Uio clUes of Seniori and Tnnl F Company was tho ad vnneo guard II Company tho support ono plntton of G tUio reserve he 2nd plattoou of which your hutiililo snr gtturdTheof of the ImtUtllion when in Itf inllr of the town of Someri was fired oa f At once the Companies F and HI wore deployed an skirmishers and com inonccd to attack on the loft the annny wing intronchod on our loft JrmI then on for 2 hours thero swot one m tinuouB fire The tint Ooiniuinlcrt ad vnuocd R8 fur M the river and had to allI n halt OV on wngthoi or dared forward With n cheer tiro lh v4tt charged up to the river amid n rain of leaden miecoln Here thoy received or dory to retire Your Iiumblo sonant took hit eotninnnd and warded oil as attack on the rear during tho bllttlfii ahead At nightfall the enemy rotirvd I from Sorted to Taal we following into 1 the town of Semeri During the night 1 there was ronUnuotit tiring Mrosi this river by both parties but nothing of 111II portniHJe occurring During Urn nh ht Uio forUHeti the blulfc along tthe river sine by diggingt trHoK etc Adore the one b ridI c r crowing the river Tml they had morol 4 cannon and dug trenchesI largo eHtJh to accoBtodat two CowpHnltM The I next morning and all next day sbt i I wwo exchanged between u fikhtllK1 parties About 4 oclock in the ftfteraoui I tho gunboat Marietta skewed lake the I harbor and commenced re i reived order to form ftriiWopa c lrvaftI down the bridge ia a heavy An Jutbefore we reached the we w n ordered to take rover which we w rr glad to take UM bullet wore all around ua oat of tie wb1II The major came up twinned IItcompany take the W44 po t one moved ia tIM After cull IIillftI there yOU ooranl Oamnaiur 0 1 ke jt the brldtev With a rhujce G rolhd j J acroM the bridge Fired on by 4 1M- uton in BO feet of them and two eoapi I c1tluollIS capturing 4 cannoa 100 or 200 riflV 13 primmer and killing tit negnxv I tho Ilow of 1 was killed and 10 wc nwdds IWOI i lhadI hore the OKh Kansas was defected with the kkM of 21 men Taal was tiardt rid- the strongest city of the iinmtrMftU At tlie battle we had 100 men and the ia Hurgeob 1600 ETtr since that Unit wo have born garrisoning this town Wo I will be getting out on the firing line +eoa as we are getting lazy and th flgt1 40th only needs two or tree daw J Love to all W M RAN u ht StflL TWO BROTHERS Arraigned Before U S Com missioner1 Padneah Newt Barnoll and Ed Wright I livery men of Hiokman were arraigned before United States Commissioner PnrJyear today on tho charge of tlliltfwhiskey solliuK Only ono ot evornl appeared to testify II was Mr R M Potts of Fulton the well known and popular sewing machine a purchasedliquortie room in the rear of the office in tho livery stable lie said eomctiam it came out of n jug and thou again was given to him out of a bottle When I there was no one about he always plae ed the money in Eds hands When any one else was in the room ho boxMr whla key from Harnoll Wright in the sepia HarrisToOOhave been Hummoncd by Doputy 11 orc butfailedWill England and France Fight We suppose there Iis no doubt that the sentiment of tho French people in deeply impulo to bring on a fight on anything like equal terms and conditions The MUM of the hostile feelings between these anriinl enemies isi the tact that both have loon engaged in u landgrabbing buninew lnJEgypt and that England in shout to hold everything nnd France in to be shut out The French army in about as largo rind good as the English and In open Odd on land would ho tolwtblo evenly matched but 01 the won England could soon sink tbo French Nn vy and dispososs Franco of nil her colo riles This fact is likely to control tho action of the French Government al though tho French people nary oontinuo ParisExpositionwar would break that up DomocfttfllNationalI I t fr e CTtr vo LIT X111 GUILTY MAN I S1II Let No Innocent OalhIllllIHllLMl nowIwarrants sworn arrest on this charge of being aeaoaoiy before the tact to the willful murdor of William Goebol Uio American jHiblla will hope that suck evidence has been InntuokyYrounding that crime and bring oil the guilty imrUofl to Jostle snarebIneemts iuatlon ovldohcoin t1 of the mlO in the courts nro domnndod of Kontuoky Whether three implioatcd shrill prom to IK of high or low degree Uioy must hi punishod to tho full extent of Uio law No influence should nvnil to shield thorn Should they provo to beof so high standing in the State as wollalgh to die mAY the connnunit tboir sin in but the grantor for this very reason And for this reason Hbo will It lx tho more lm ixuativo to make an examine of them Time State of Kentucky Iteetf ia UN trial IIn this ItUiek Caro Its ditty in final settlement is one Ut ristd fur above party Roiwblkxuw and Dtuooltlt allko should Join hands in lie porformnnca The atsoafn who shot Goebel to loath in tho streets of Frankfort the accost plicus who may have bOOn with him at tho tlino Uic men who know of t1I00ft toniphtUH crime tbow who may shoe its MMHHplWimeat kayo mdeavor l to hMd the criminal ont be iHintebed Of couiw in tttar of high erdtWKWt and big rewrite timers in danger that sane iMiraemt jmwow should be wade to naffer A fair lDlniudMtrd trtal with aoouIpardon before trial however enmmt no IKOIIA Urftnd Tlnnpfur Djcrnbur DrenburKI Gnw + ttofJ Among the new enterprises tu bo In flItJOithrough to tfMk1811tM11 Mt Ito4llt pnulte building by lact-uti most npuruve t methods We W doHii will Iw farklHNl oar oitlMUH from one I oeutnil point wlilch will nmtertnlly rg t i i tho cost of living In DyontUnrR Clinton Dixuoornt We have noticed oul erltiokni of our I protOutntlo tN 1M j for Toting lets tlio o Qo nTlI and Ui niU t- endmnatm to the reward btu of too1 000 for the mmetlm of Govwotor Goebc4 We are sure hat Mr Robert noted ftNaII olaatinissby in this MI kto bas in things shier hf has lwea io IMHk fort ie te far from being atom in the IwWW I that R hundred thoumml iloUmw hi KB tmaneoeitarily large mmmMt for OM 01 feet in view As n matter of course no nuilolIarWfwinM and brinf diem to justice but there IIH no reason to give the detectives mid those who may turn aditoa evidenev tho larger sum when tb b HH ply rewardedi with a rfourthof Uu I amountIIi He Fooled the Surgeons ofwowonltllclioBnakloua Arnica Sulve the best In the world Surest Piio onto on earth lie lax at all drug stores =Farmers Freo Column Undor this hooding will hereafter be published notices not to axonal 0 lass onoli from farmers who are subsrrib produomOno Kpod Durham Bull for rnilo Apply to A H LOST Ono good work horse for snlo oithor or credit MRS It N Court Mule for Sale Ono Rood gentle work Mule for sale Apply to S L DR2WRY For Salo A flno Jock R Y McCONXDU Jordan ly FUlt SALE OKI1TheApplY to Ml A MoDANiEl Mules for Sale 1 pair Black Maro Mules 5 years old 10 hands high 1 Ulan year old Mule 10 hands high 1 good family Horao 4 years highE Lino Ky A F OLIVER Blacksmith and Undertaker niOKMAN KENTUCKY tiIE A TRIAL when you want GIVE done or repair in epeolaltyItTndertakors Goods Common Hooewood sad Solid RTnok W lon Collins find Cases which oiir befitted up in short notice and at reason ab iI price Olre man call I Shop near the Jail giuI c 1 4p1 iY1 Cowg U II DruggIsts+ r UEAlXjlUllTUKS run I01111111 Tl11ICSOtUGII SlHl1P8 ANn TUllilVlI t11LF1CLlS PRESCRIPTIONS Carefully Compounded Old Club 00Ii Urove Ground fur Divorce An nno ont divorce suit la In progrunrt in whereIn Iliu petitioner Emtim Juno Jones n float route her liusbatid IB deprived of vocal and powers with cots of In credible cruelty Hho wan pntiont under Ins bontliijjM hut when ho began to rovllo her with shook Ing oaths oalllnjr her all nuinncr or bad mimes site relielltd demanded n decree of Hepuratlon Ir there is Justice In rhlladelphta her prayer Cltl be For Sale Ilgga front hlghtcoring Silver Wyau ggttlromt 3100PerS J18 J WJOIINKTOXMftyflold I OLD COLDsWHXSKET V It WEBSTER 1 MOLK AUEMT FOR Union City Tenn CO11fI 1ICY rI u v f Bread p jjI- S TlIR- STAJP OF LTFB AXll TO OKT 4GOOD BREADS UO tO TUB Mow + + Bak6fJ e f Broad Cakes and Pics Baked Daily f111i1 ADQUAItrJDItW iOIL Tropical and Domestic Fruits Fine Chocolates II i j and Candies Cigars and Tobacco A- FRESH OYSTERS1 i t and OBLKRY IIROBIVBD DAILY t 2j I Fresh Oysters scnrwl in any tylo and at nil tours tComo SH UIt tTelephone +a t p r New City BakeryWt1 t wto it I Q 0100 0 Q O Y I uff n ajestlet Cooking lamgesvi The Best in the World 1 You Cannot Hitkv n Mittlake la BuyIng One of these Ranget T- One of its Strongest 1olntt IB Its ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL MinutesBuyingCall land Kxiiiiiluc Then Youll Buy no Other 2 8 a25lVA2Ca HICK IAN MARBLE WORKS SOLE Peabody 4 GoldCIU 2CO Plilliidolnlila who also and lilly 1Ori1AfLl4hI1ID 1HOnII TOM DILLON t Sr Propr 111Ir toll Q nthcJ Marble Granite Monuments aTJ K 33 1 nsr aWORK of nil Kinds IRON FENCING tr o Hiokman W E WEBSTER DEALER IN FINn KINrmCKY AND TINNHs4jIa VIISKillS AGENT YOU Bourbon Monntnlu Profanity charges auricular granted FRESH and STONE Ky Old Standard Lincoln 1 JjInOfllll County TJ Oo300ii SPECIAL OFFERDEAlt SiRI nm enabled to soil anti rnllquurteI I DlatllledWHISKEY = RYE I propose to aht UPAIDPt titanic oOlllent 1Vhen you roerivo It RIIII tea t itt i iewilLrefuntmoat1 300 TIiIa to It I Yours very trulyW I4VI9BSmIflli lennI at mam I t 11 Ir 11IA- N I roiul Ihtub1 i 0tC St Ii R kUMygna ARUIVJCH TIAI ge Mat tiWy w- r6lr r xe at sob p r Tart Ie 62 HI M Trwb t rse p r Local and Personal III taaltePftVglaesShouldif we bare nothing OWl to do drtTiehome And from Umt jwint beglM MM M A Hall ie rWtiHg retatiteu In F Uon MHL W H Battier iW vMting In OHwUw III- Mr W P Taylor of Fultoa WM in tie aity Monday lMrSohn Nooocn of FnMon WM In t HlektfMH Sunday Viol J flays rnlton WM III tJt fify Monday JultD11Ywctgsa1 Sihliaker ad Kib H merH M iSutiiliy in Union OHy- Ciui d toe Mae Woe 01ncw Pic tutee at MmioniM HOOK Hronit Sortt w at the Ohftatiau Church SHMdiy ly KM A ft Ilnk w y Mil 1 I n Bryant of Union City rWleW Mr T A Ijedkird thi wk tendayrIrqf to era H Hatitian mn for gaily ine Jtetf tat Early Nee teed Potatoes ft Vf HabbavdL of Mmphte WM Sa IIkkurau attndug and dnnday last Mr und Mr Mnn Uf and tit diMfir Krw w t I Vultoa fort week i tduir aid lutar y ranker ev the week hwnc oo Reelfoot r k Furnifvt call wl li year produce at a a SlIA V8Bt 8- Or t W Mile of Uaiiii ity WM in MlfKiiHii TtuMOay ult prufi ional twtthti Ml WinCim Prather and airieri MiM Jrif 4 Jordan viMlttil in town thaw wk Mr I It Heat a lrpular nwr eli est lYnltnl tvelle an s by enrlert- tiM tverl Dr J V llubberd anti wlit und Dr oua ODd wab seat the day in Unkm i itT tree CI1 this week ItllIl Mm TOM Mvynoidm oft UnfcM Cur welts tit the city MuHtoy KMH44 at Mn Jell OlnyI- Wa i HMTM apd tires Wiavi JfMfat lid Mann MeorWMA a iy I ITf l ts- Ilelterat sirs flannel1 lakalli1 a pulse spar uey of Si Lents haabee vtelttMj hit mother MIll nUtivee ia RlokJwui rM yraag Inlb eaeyed a pleasant- auebl pus4rt the 1tWfd aloe of Mr J T Plammer one awrht last week MrS W Oakley erf Kennedy Ma ttlt IK lawn this week en roatr to Cairo sad Oraenglnuiwl by Mm M Uaydea i usuInnt Puati E ESI urdar last hunt of Mee Otto Hert week 1JLbI74wu ItobtI Hdm Join Lttlkm Lm ahaw and Will laden of Hkmaa were in fine dry 1a+ UTday The IsLe of the Cawberiand Ir-i bytOftM Ctiunh ante their weekly Oaf Wf at tk niilence of Mm U Hitnaik erWeAtuwday evening tn Jtrry Malone of Union City vMt and in llukmaje tlua week yes MOW Ire ti IKauscn IN UM dry node de peHaientt Mtkrgan A Hardy Draa John T Pillcm who UM been em f SnnIlowwIaintbybu IIKMW thie week baring resigned lib pehlONDr W W Uonrier ot Cairo ia in wwii the guest of Col Tobe Uoddle gUHi The doctor te hnutiuf for a hose and will more hw family hors right awar PttiuNi Lear bySheldonMII Do M conducted in aooordanne with the views expreaMl in bill famone look now on sale at Rt oas Hook Store Mr Oeo Vf Walker mauaoer and pniprlor or BdIeon1 treat Klneto l cityTuadeyof hbi oomnanyjit OUr Hall tonight Lam New Kle Meta for Uc Well worth T6o Iliraiehitif goods depart mint Rica d1 NAYIOR Itdltor Jainea M Brie of the Troy NewsUauuer bee announced that he ia a onudldMta tor Floater from the coun ties of Dyer Lake and Ubion Mr 13 rice would make a Kuod repre tutu ave of his people in the leRialnture Mrs Lon Harper who for some yonra was engagedl in biueaa In hick iiiau lion moved to Fulton and U en gitgod In the inillluery bneine there Sho u a lady of rare taale strict prob ity and the Courier wishes her abuud ant projperity in her now Held Non Wall Pnpor- We have juet received our Spring StOOK of Wall Paper eautifal patterns M voty low price Call and mane se Icotlou Wileoiia Buck Store The steamer lrenl Herokl put o I uvoml thousand Hacks of corn at the olovutor Tuotfilny night nnd while the crow woro discharging the freight a num ber of young people went aboard and enjoyed a dalignttul dance Cap Hal lott and hits polite atHmUiiU uro rent favorites with tho young people of lIlOltj w man 4ff I IFAPdEa1N PRISON Ed Wright Sr of Hickman Came Here to Attend the Trial of His Sons IpduOIIh New Id Wright er father of Rarnutt und JW Wright jrM who wero arraigned fore United State Conimteeionor Pur year ywUmlay on the charge of Wiling liquor without a liooneo titlllckinnn ww pteeenleil In the polico court today on UM charge of onrrylng oonoonlwl weapon II vma arreeUHl nt the train early this morning by Oilleorn Loschcr and llMriati When MNtrohed n 41 caliber IIIJfOIIIWM caused the oiUeere to arrest him Wright come hereyeeianlny to nttond trial of his sons He made land for one of thorn nnd he and his Mm WHO ut the union depot waiting for the train whim tho unoat was made The MM left for his homo in Iltckman while hie father who ha- danetlI afc ndeMo wee brought to the city anti locked tin This morning Wright informed Judge Sanders that he was no- tqDiaDt of the feet beenum Jut lived in- IJielnou IbM he was violating tho law Mr aarryittK caneenlcd waRpon A tine of f9K sad it MMtteitae of tn daw + in the county Ml WM Impawnl Wright will execute bond Mid take mi npptml to the circuit court The liquor tWIt ngnlwt his soiw will be completed before QoininMonar Pur year TueMlay I The Noonon Will Contest The woboo w nftflMtc the win of the late W T Noonon of tbta tannty heard Jloadty Mad TtM Uy heat at the Uoort DOMe before K iutre Jawra WH Maywe The eonteet has xdiPd wry geMrel intwMt ease 76 t ICO witMSMB Wing nutHiwonod and woro t attendance Judge Dick Muse Hud H n matt are tlioattorJiajii for auetnlning the will and n T Tyler MM Mr UUB Tboma for breaWnf It 1e decadent W T Xoanon WM po IICIIIIMd of my gol pwporty10000 t 9UUUQ and deeded or wfllod the wlwlo to a niece Mm Mottle Campbell win had lived with him and helped to eArp for his tad hi late wifo for a BOMber I ofyeai The eeflteatiiiihi are life other iwlativwMMTMt of WH The pffort WM to Iprow that IteoitUM of continued ill health sad fealilmioeH lib mind I MMouiMl anti therefore hwapabl of mak log a wilL The wilt wax auetalnod hut Yrs Car pliel1 appointed Executrix nUll reqaivwl io m bond U all appotded to Oirevii Ooort A Fake Marriage Its hits CQIDUUH uf Ieb JQ RllllJRrodI the report et the nNWrlnge of Mr Rich and Kctaar and MMM Laura Boll Mayo Rr Holt oOMaUng 0 The report WBH reoriml from a correspondent who ha previously hami bed Hems for tho Cour ier WM well written need twine well known M old family residents and the Owiier cusp eted nothing as to ite gen ntoenoaH So far IB very well but ware now informed that than was no bride HO groom no pronohor no ntton dent and no donor for tho many wedding preeente represented in the list o a fte at that attainedl happy nmrriago We hope Ube dorretl ondonl Clan mako eome explanation of the publication nnd lilt the meatier will ho olonred up Burglars Arllncton The safe of Mr Time Stauloy of Ar lington KyM WM broken open Sunday night last and 8180 in mouoy extracted The robber seoiired a elcdgo hammor Me and ckieel from a blaokfcmith shop and sued open tho back door of tho store and by the use of BOUIO explosive they blew open the edfo smashing tho door aH to piooea Thoro is no clue to the robbery A faintly living upstairs ow the More WM atxmeod by tho ox plogkMi but could not understand what it meant Mr Stanley telegraphed to Pulton for McDaden blood hounds b-utt doge were not nt homo IT in very hard to stand idly and see Our deer ones suffer whilo awaiting the arrival of tho doctor Au Albany N Y liiirynidu called at n drug store fo a doctor to oome and set his child then very sick with croup Not finding tho doctor in he loft word for him to como at once ou his return Ho also bought n bottle of Olmniberlaiuu Cough Remedy which he hoped would give somo relief until tho doctor should arrive In a few hours ho returned saying the the dootor neednt como as the child WItS mach bettor Tho druggist Mr Otto Soliolz says tho family has since recommended Ohumborlams tough Remedy to choir uoighbora nud friends until he has a conntuut dttnund tor i from Unit part of tho country For sale by Cowgill Cowgill Hiokuiaii and A M1 Sint State Line druggists A MOONLESS XOAT1I A very rare astronomical feature camo with the month of February It had no moon January had two and March will too This peculiar incident is duo the fact that tho last of the century ia not reckoned us a leap year and that eton in ordinary leap years tho moon is new in February as in any other month except long intervals A moonless lobrullrylti nguiufor I Tho Methodist board of bishops re contly issued a letter to all churches pftdCors and mombora of this denoiuiua tion throughput the world appointing a boginII NwQ Spring rr goods i 10 II Arrivinj Daily I 4 Baltzer Dodds The Irrepressible Issue Mn Eurron In your last weeks issue you ask whloh wields tho greatest in countryttxSnffragUta or Uomonstrantn Remonstrant havo always plajrod the dos in the uuuiger What I dont ofo fort ou record of their oven trying to totter the moral orsanitury condition a suite city or homo In Mileage Mrs Paul Qnpt ot street cleaning in first ward its acknowledged by officials to be the cleanest in tita 11ofomalo Mayors and oily oHioials Whoa man got live city iu u stnto and they cannot extricate her they abet women nod they have never failed to extrieate her either WyomingGovernor s floials say Unit womans suffrage has largely aided iu banishing crime pan wpensm tool vieo It asepses pcaccfnl aud orderly elections good govurnmeu and n remarkable degree of civil and pwlitn0nl order Asa result of thirty voars experience we urge all oivillawl comnumitica to eufranchlzr its vomeu ExChief Justice Orotwbeck of Wyo ming over his signature says Tin in llnouco of women upon our Leptel tnro and our elections is marked Part Miavontiou have abandoned nomK uIUIbK ttitrnpt dlihonillt or tmmOlltI mon 18 they cannot obtain voman vote Our elections are orderly to ur our prtmoricN Women generally exer flloedSchool Superintendent to concwieil them Ho signs II Y S Groesbeek Colorado says the result of womens suffrage has boon to select better caurtl dates Methods of election have treed improvewo manhood developed to greater useful ness by political responsibility thehousehouatofthe enfranchisement of woman in every state and territory is recommended as a measure tending to the higher and better social ordor Kentucky women have received the following laws A woman can now collect her own wages can make a will the lost State to do so Woman has in courtesy and dower equal with husband Wouaenhaveleges to co education We have reform schools for lays and one for girls iu stead of sending them to the penitent any with hardened offending There are other good laws wo would have passed if wo hind tho ballot OurLegislatureplug over our Senators and Governor I Probably thus woaldnt have happened if i women had tho ballot Remember no government can allow oppressive laws on its statutes against one class of citi Zeus without the whole people suffer lug in couseqnoLce S M HunrtAim Ills Drcuin Willierthoughtfall wollrWilliepepsbutlug Papa t Indeed what was it I Willie t I dreamed papa that I died and went to heaven und when St Pe ter met uio at the gate instead of show tug nie to tho golden streets as I ex pected ho took mo into a largo field and m tho middle of tho Hold there was a ladder reaching away up into the sky toldttoo heaven was at the top that in order to got thoro I must uudI slowly rung somo sum I had committed uewspnporAudson Wilhfr No papa for just as I was thinking of something to wrote on the second rung I looked UP into tho sky and saw yon coming down corningdownt Willie Thats just what I naked you papa and you told uio you wore going for more chalkLrfo 8to1 Thrl6 of tho four dolegatoentlorgo from ITborgia to tho national Republi can convention elected by too Kopubll cans its convention ut Atlanta are no groes Tho Texas Republican convon iI bothIj I i lI As Christ Would Edit I Jive lien 8IaWgeneral iinstruct fetis to the Capitoll reporter are outEverwritten t I submitted to the person inter fixI und must receive his written ap reporter gore after facts and the lit niMKW8ing them refused to give fthereporter muttt not attempt toIp ut tJRto io theatrical news will bo printed twr will theatrical advertisement r i So ni tng news win N printed ex cleiApoiiB such M athletics etc u HIM of crime the reporter hand ihlrth story will be expected to aaeer t M what brought it about No detailMfetMi Any political matter must be nonpar afi and abnohttely fair and truthfulII J Forged Ills Own Same n a man forge hilt own name Thto I courttj I fpObioago where James H Bird of I own o received indorsed and caused 000hiya an ontttely different penon I IW York Bird tease along the che k that had been tMI lat rt tt s1u edtgiveCalwil lICK oebt you a cent if it does no I Iti jhQ application will relieve the pailii 4t also corn grains and bruises aDYOIli chestfotwarranted Price 95 and BO ovate CovUl b OowarUl Hickman and A M haw State Line drnnrieta I a Oriental Barlor I Upon waul a neat nice h lIarhflparlor11tnightTImost keen Y t i find my shop net and clean Ci k0 one come all cane large ti audII Tr UKnuMorUll Arttrta one and A L HocKWO u rBanker Itonto a Robber J K Qwrrienu Caehier of the bank of Th t Ohio had been robbed of hetltl a aerlou long unable until he forConIsunl1ibtlll I ever used for u severe cold tKd true of long trouble 1 always n bottle ou hand Dont set for wi OOUfths Colds or any Throat TbiNk W Unfit trouble when you can bfo I cnrwlfesasl Only boo and 100 Trial bottle ffr0o at all drug abeam h U Information Wanted i 1 wttllam Weaver co1 who came North iCyeare ago wtoh to know if ji thfr tajra RUJ of my acquaintance KyItWILLIAM WEAVER orII Ipflf S F St Frankfort bid Ij t DISSOLUTIONI tlXiatiDIIbetwcp1Alox Parker in Ute livery Maine biuiaen ha- thiadalroen rtUolrett by mutual consent All persons indebted to Mid firma will RfittlO With Alex A Fare ac Aux A PARS SAX B PAKKBR Martil4 1000 fNOTICE I1 AIl1zrbits holding claims age uut the IItoiOf Geo Mtthl deceased are laDleIDIenext MvdRWo otherwise they will be tOItVlt nrrodi A FARTS Mara iIGOO Admr h I WANTED IIt z I Ru for Manager of Brancl ei4i4i4iatOi i to open in tlik vicinity I GootiOnaulug for nu energetic sober wheuIOIU I Some Sell Ch- eapSHAWI SELLS CHEAPEST 3 Spring Goods HAVE COME and are still coming consequently the stock unsalable in Summer which we have neither wish nor room to hold over MUST BE SOLD I COME SEE US and when yon leave another will be add i od to our long Hat of rafbronoos AlSN We Are In The Market This Week M B SHAW ADDING MORE BARGAINSIEIE To our already full Stock of SnOBS QitoIiIs FurnisIlinu GOODS PantsB c We but confined our Bargain Prices to any one Counter Wo have Bargains all over our entire store Every purchase means n Bargain for YOU in LADIES OXFORDS and FINE SHOKS Wo have never Mown writ special values from 150 to HOO Every pair U a Bargain Cheaper ones if you like There are tow womentjI who do not know some I thing of the popularity of Drew Selhys Show TheIlee ia not tho only I that has made those Shots popular its tho difference In the Shoes Onr J800 Shoes anti Oxfords compare vrittt others at 2f0 and 000 YLORbit A W W0 S C JtiItetiI- gJ- fl J- J j J- J J iif IJICapital Stock of the Four Great Banks of time World Bank of England 86047935 Bank of France 36500000 Imperial Bank of Germany 28560000 Bank of Russia 25714920 Total 8175822855 7SURANCEI 1 5 7 Or 125021082 more than the combined capital of those furious banks The new form of policy of The Mutual Life Insurance Company of Now York RioJmrd A IMoCurdy President provides First Tho SECURITY S801 844537 of assets i- SecondPROFITABLE INVESTMENT 1 bird LIBERAL LOANS TO THEt INSURED Extended tgrm insurance in case of manse Automatio paidup insurance without oxqlmngo of policy Liberal surronder values One months grace in payment of premium For further information apply to 1 BISOOB H1ND3VIAN KyE0 Bring Your Job York to This Office r 7 i Li1f n 1 i I THE WORKING rOMANl V Dr Talmage Speaks Words of Encouragement to Her lnl1I find Trim In Gild AfTorit Cum sort fur Ilione Vtut Are Ou lirennrd and MriiBClIni rat a til etlhoud- 1Cupyrabt I98S hy IV IIB KIt Nsch J This dlscnursc of Dr Tiilmage Is n appeal for moray iiu4eli lf of oppressedI womanhood and otllrs rneiiiinigeutcut to busts Mtruggllng for u livelihood text 1 KoolcsltiHlis lvH I Uehold the tears of jiiuh us sedtterc andI they hnd no comforter Very tong ngo the needle was busy It was considered honorable for wom en to toil in olilun limes Alcxauilcr the irent stood in his place showing girmciiUs made by lila own unit her The finest tapestries at ltayeu wore made by the ijuucn of William the neon queror Augustus the emperor would1 lint wear unv enrmviits except thosei Hint were rlldlimned ly some member ot Ins royal laiiiily Wt let till toiler i LI wluu c Ihe KMpectid- III In nerilf Iii slain more than thei l 11111111il tin Hewing macliini wtis liiMntcd sniif i IK High I that Invention wniild nut itTi ixiniianV toil mid put 4iii dud1 to the ic NiiiMii of the ncedli liiit no white i lie sewing miicliini bus beep n frnii IIrving to well to d1 families ill nun 1 mesa it has nddld to the stub of tii nfi dle the crush of the wheel mId IUMIi i itmle of women not withstanding the reenforcemeiitof tthe sewing imiclimr run only make work hard us tir will bttwrtm two and three tlolluis n week The greii t t Lilessing Hint nould Marc happened to nut first parents qua be tog turned nut of Eden titter they had Unite wrOldlttn und ICvc in their piTfcct gIn II might hove got along without work HI only such slight cm ploy mrllt nj a purest gnnfen with no nerds In It lit nianded hut us soon nn- tlny had sinned the heal thing for thriii was to hr Iturned out where they vould have to fork We know whatj n withering Iilnni IIII for man in here nothing tulle Of the 1000 lruIIIKrmlsI and honl Ilk itten that you know UfJ hind to work n orouflv at the liegin Hintj Hut Iac now to tell you that Industry it ii it its importaut for n vnmuus snd tiltI happiuesa The U leit iinhapl lt koraen in our communl sirsi today tu those WK have no enIfrlfrment to call them up In the Ii t morning win race Laving risen nnd breakfasted lounge through the dlilltt forenoon in slippers down at the ht1Inail with disheveled hair reading the lint novel and who having drugged through n wretched f forenoon and taken their afternoon sleep and having I Ipanld an moue endI n hnlf at their toi i tip their cardcnsc tiad get alitI to make onlls and who pass their mlilIirgH waiting for somebody to come inIf and break up tilt monolorfy Arabella I Stuart never was Imprisoned in IiOI n dungeon as that I is no happiness in nn Idle womJJ 1clarkIt may in with hand it may Iv 1 brain it may be with foot lJlltII sir imul or ill wretched forlrrIlittle girl of our families nitiFl btJ t+ irtcd with that Idea The curse tlrIj Xrierlcan societyI IK that our young v oinrn are taught that the that tee ond third fourth firth sixth seventh t tenth fiftieth thousandth thing in icir life Is tq get somebody to tall tprr of them Instead of that the first theyiale fact Is that n majority of them do 1ti ivc to take care of thcmsclxcs nndi that too nflcr having through the false notions of their parents wasted le + onrs In which they ought to have V abed how successfully to maintain ifrhrnsek es We now and here declare fie inhumanity cruelty JOlt outrage or that father nnd inothor who pass their daughters Into womanhood hav iiir given them no facility for earning tlir livelihood Vine de Slat said JIll not these v it ings that I am proud of but the I1frt tINt I have facility In ten occu I utlons In any one of wLich I could irnlic n livelihood You soy you have u fortune to leave them 0 man nodi wniIar linn you not learned that like ventures like hnwks like eagles riches have wings and ply away Though you should be tiiiccefcgful in Kiiig n competency behind you that kery ol excRtitoiii may swamp it in u night or some officials in our t iij Idles nay Get up a mining cam- pj iy and Induce your orphans to put tlnirJ monry Into n hole in Colorado nt id if by the most skillful1 machinery t Ill sunken money carrot be brought up again prove to them that It was eternally decreed that that was tn way thy were to lose itt and that it went in the moat orthodox Iud hcnv cnly style Ol1 the damnable schemes Hint prpfcucrd ChrltitluiiH will engage IInf until God puts His fingers into the editor of tho hypocrites robe and strip n dear down to the bottom You have no light ltcou you Uf well off to clndudc tllllt t1nIr children are going te l c tell off A man died leaving u lirge fortune llln sou fell plead in u VhiiiukKphla grogshop Ills old com Idea came in and sold ns they bent iir his eorptc What IB till matter pith you ltuttpgacy The surgeon snrwling over him Fuld Hush ycl II Is dead Oh he is dead they M d Come boys let us go and ttik t irnlc In memory of poor Uoggseyl i ive you nothing better than money Ityoithnyonotolirnryours but send your daughters Into tho world with eniity brain and unskilled hand you are guilty of awmriiiutlon howl t ride Infanluidp Titers ill wotnrn tolling In our cltlc s fel fwd or three dollars n work who merchanttprlners lenses buffeclnr oucs now tiY L lwouldi be glad to hare the crumbs thaIt onto fell from their fathers table That wornout broken shoo that slit wears is the lineal descendant of tit o 12 gaiter in which her mother walked and that torn and faded calico had ancestry rI of inas nlflcant brocade thai swept Pennsylvania avenue and IlroadI way clean without any expense to the strict commissioners Though you live In an elegant real thence anti lure sumptuously every day lot your daughters feel It is a clla grace for then not to know how to work I denounce the idea prevalent in society I lint though our young wom en may embroider slippers and erochet anti make mats for lumps to stand on without disgrace the tutu of doing anything for n livelihood Is dishonor hlc It is a shame for a young woman belonging to a largo fondly to be In cfiicicnl when tier father tolls his lire tray fur her support So far as I ran understand the line of respectability lies between thatt which ia useful anti that which Iis use less If women do that which is of no vnliic Itheir work IsI honorable If they till practical work it Iis dinhunoi able That our young women may es cape the censure of doing dlshouara blc work 1 sliull imrtirnlurUe 10 tnuy knit u tidy for the bitch of an arm chair Lit by no incuns make the money wherewith to buy the chair You may twith a delicate brush beautify a man telI ornament but die rather than cars enough to iHiy u marble mantel You may loam artbtic music until you earI squillI Iliilian but never sing Orion vi lie or Old lluniticdth Un moth tog practicalt if yap woukl In the eyes of rrllned society preserve your re spectability I scout these finical no inns I tell you u woman nn more than a man has a right to occupy AI place in this world unless she pays n rent fur it In the course of a lifetime you con some whole harvests and droves of eat tie and terry day you live amid breath 40 hogsheads of goad pure iiir You roust by some kind of usefulness pay for all this Our race wu the Ittklni crcatnl the birds and tithes on the fourth day the cattle and lizards on the filth day anti titan on the sixth day If geologists mire right the earth was IOOOlMXJ of years In UK posscsatou of the insects beasts and birds before oar melt camu ujon It IIn one sense we wore hmiders The mettle the haunts and the hawks had preemption right Tim question sis not what we are to do with Lizards and sunnier inserts but what the lizards and summer Insert In do with tie If we want a tire in tits world we must earn il The partridge makes its own nest before iit occupies it The lark by its morning song earns its breakfast before it rill it and the Uiblc gives an lutitimtion that the llrst duty of an Idler Is Ito starve when it says IIf 1 he will not work neither shall he rat ldki p ruiiiK the heal III and very noon Meluf says nhis man has refused to pay III I rent Out with him Society Is to lie reconstructed on this subject of vitae ails loll1 vast majority of lhoesvH would have woman industrious shut her up to a few kinds of work MyI judgment in this mutter isI that a wom an has a right to do p aythingshe can do well There should be no dfJIIItII meat of merchandise mechanism art or vcicnce barred against her If Mini Ilostner has genius for sculpture give her it chisel If flown Itonhcur has H fondness for delineating animals let her make The Horse Fair If Miss Mitchell will study astronomy let her mount the starry ladder If Lydin willj be a merchant let her sell purple If Lucre tin Mott will preach trio tiospe let her thrill with her womanly elo quence the Quaker meeting liaise Years ago one Sabbath night in tile vestibule of our church miller service a woman fell in convulsions The doctor said she needed medicine not so much ax something to eat As slit be gars to revive in her delirium she said gaspingly Right eclttat Kfght cents I wish 1 could get It done II am so tired I wish I could gelOmI sleep but I muet grill done Right cents Eight cents We found aft crtvanl that she was making garments for eight cents apiece and that she could make but three of themI in a day Hear it Three times eightt Ire 24 Hear it men owl women who have comfortable homer Some of the worst villains of our cities arc the employers of these women The beat them down to the last penny and1 try to client them out of that The woman must deposit n dollar or two before she gets the garments to worl on When the work is done It Is sharp ly inspected the mot insignificant Haws picked out and the wares refused and sometimes the dolliir de posited not given back The Women Protective union reports a case titter- one of the poor souls finding a plan whom she could get more wages re solved to change employers and wentt to get her prey for work done The employer maid I hear you ore going to leave tiler Yes she said nUll 1 June come to get what to me saltHe made no answer Sun 1r you not going to pay me Yes he said I will pny you anti ho kick her downstairs Oli that YVomcnH Protective union I The blessings of Heaven be on it for the merciful oath Divine work It Is do Ing in the defense of toiling woman hood What tragedies of suffering lire presented to them tiny by day paragraph from their report Can you make Mr Jones pay me II owoji me for three wceita nt SJO r week and I cant got anything nndJ my child is very sick The speaker a young woman lately widowedl1 burnt into a flood of teams as sheI spoke Slit tins blrtdon to come oeErn the next tftcrnocn and repent Jjor story to the ntlorney at hula nineI wreltly bearing of frauds and Ilrapo5il lions Mennn were foundly wliieli Mr Jonca wns Induced to pay IIbs 5750 i AactUtr Inragr nit from tbeIr lCI n a- M y portIlL fortnight had passed when sho modestly hinted n desists to lno 4 ihdw much hOI sorvlocs worn word Oh my dent he replied you nrcgoloo ting to bo one of the moat valuable Jmnda in tho trait You will nUvaJ get tho very best price Ten lollnf n week you will be able to oaten tyfj easily And the girls lingers flow tit with her work at a marvelous miD- Tba picture of tots dollarsa waok lifin rvliiioat turned her herd A tow nlglftj later while crossing the fairy pip overheard the name of her emplnyui in tho conversation of girls who HiftQlll near What John Snipes VtjTlU dont pay Look out for him f time Hell keep you on trial ngrJi calls it for weeks and then bVUli you go and get some other fooll Alii thus Jane Smith trained lisr wltri1Wr against the swindler nut the untst Held him in the tolls of the law until to paid the worth of each of ihgft days of 1trial- Another paragraph Her mortif OR tiers may be imagined1 whoa told uone of the two nvodaHar hills wilt p she had just received for her work tills counterfeit Itut her morUtefttton was swallowed up with indlfiMtlir when her employer denied having yg adqtuher to prom it When the Irotrath uoion had placed this matter in the sourer the judge said You wnIP8J Cleanor the amount of lire rlainul sad also the costa of the court H How urn theta evils to be eradtaftUd Some ray lift woman tke UHlIoU What effect such ballot lolghtltavsos other questions 1 nm not here to lift cuss but what would oe the tat of female niilTrupi on womens teges4 1 do not belicte that noman xrlll owffat justke by womans ballot Inikotf I women oppress women us tDtlWa M men do Do not women MS ntnoli pt men bent down to the lowest ftgare the won who sews fw them Are nut women as sharp as men OH washer women sad milliners awe manltM imikers If H transits asks one dollar for her work doles nut her female em player nsJi lhn ifshe will not take 90 eetiat You uy Only ten cents dif ference Hut that IIs comet ires the difference between leaven nod Jhrll Woolen often have IM eomraiiKtCMIor for wotjMn than turn If a woman steps aside from the path of rcctitudr man road forgive Human never Uoniuu will never get ju tief done hn frwm womans balloi Neither will sh get it from mans ballot How then kid will rise up for her Cod has niorr rcsourees than ne know ul lint there is some king lor women tr do I et young 1tt1tIC prepare to eeci in spheres of work and they will I able after awhile to art larger waxes mintstake what is given skilled and com petent labor will tuenlually make 110 own standard dmlttlnlt that IItIlaw theaMthing 1 contMid thai tbetiemsHd tor skilled labor la wry gwfct Sill the imf ply very sHwII Stan wilk the l fri that work IIs honorable sad that ol atobody else llesolve that God hi lull you will take care of yourself If yr ere after awhile called into auolhr relation you will be all the better ijuallflrtl for it by your spirit of eel ivlianee or if you are called to clay s you are you can be happy and sii support lug r Poets art fond of talking about mm an an oak and1 woman the vine that cllmbit It but 1 hnva seen nanny a Its fall that not only went down itself bf teejyou of something nma1 than an on for an try 1 to climb on and that Is IM throne of the great Jehovah tjnglei aINnnccd that woman in stro wtu lUlu ou God und does her best Man of you will gi singlehanded throuf Infl and you will hose to choose b Uveen two characters Young wotNan I am sure you will Iturn your back upon the useless giggling frretponsibii noueutitytrhlchockty ignominioalf auknonledges to be n woman and s llf aelirchicoretof that womanly disciple of the worn I Slit IIs more thoughtful of the nttiiuo she strikes ujwn the carpet than hew she will look In ihe judgment ranrt rtI sins more Interested In hit oppsl than in her redemption The dying actrMr whose life huh lImeen vUitua erry1lain Itrsgedy reties flrst and the farce afterward hut in her life It was first Ithe farce of s n c leas life and thIn the tragedy ofA wretched eternity 1Compare till life soul death of nevi n one with that someClirilfanaopl list was once n blessing to your lmn +I I IffIImarriJjIuntrnarneiedel the might be evcrvhoJvV lir Mr jf vtrllydtptthe floor to br iravlded with lrrsd + fn + went with IH bltsslng Sir could jJlrf1 or sing lock of Ages for snv iIek pauper who asked her AM wbe pot nlj allII it sharp for thr most pert annrft was n sunbeam just the onr for flitIn elrane eve SIlt knew better linn snvnijD else howlo fixllulnjlr Her every prnyor as God hoard It was 11II of tvrrybijy who hail trouble The brightest tiling In all the inns dropped troth her f Rgers Sin bed ppcnJJnr notion but IlwlptI j but her hlghrst adornment was that ate a meek and quiet spirit wMii I I the ntfnJI I lotn3lyl l d 111tnlpQjl aiulhri l 1 + My v iti their npmi hi tj ir r jth1 tipx jt fiW vfr nbcvc rnblps mud Jesus iifiinV he nden III Jcdrti eouoatJcd J iv unlo tJwc arise v C I I MKINLEY BUSS HIDDENI The Ircililent fins hams Second Toni lit tars Ciiinlilne Secretary DickI right bower to tho mighty lIannn hits lent to thu abate miiii of the Texas republican stntu committee H hint that Itla doumad nihisable Uiat so far as prnetloablu lUlogationa to the coning national iDiiveiition should he composed of I1 those not hokllng federal appoint iiimtM The fhicagii TlineaHwrnld IIIIrlIllun moved to remark There will be no rsciMM for rtule titlon- I I h monmntiital folly of 1W TIM con n Minneapolis wits a strunto between th red ruin ufllre holders nod the deter MiriJ fullowitrs of a roan who had been n- isnsar ICol fr 9 years No OM etetslaa- thin the aJRilnlitnttlon of lrevMeol Urn was able sad patriotic sad that It toiimind t the eonlMenev HHd admiration ni iii proplc Ily rommon aAaowtwAs trrni of all fairminded people IM was en tlilciiinnnotder term ft wee uafortanata ihTifre that his rclsUosw with tits secre tary of stale should hare nrselpltsUHl a uh that made a grand rally of the offlrv hoMeni si MlnnoapoHs nsriassrr nriin hii renomlnstlon how tar the iirasaae sad the 10II l 1hr of office hoMara In the alln ronvntloii may baY contributed toward IIIfr of Mr Harrison si the polls Is II M ioii upon which there will always It wKlr diversity of opinion aSMHis poll ii11lii Hut upon the Maatlon of the ad usiMilty of avoldlnv s rapalltllsn 1 the fll of at there ran ls us differ at ittlon among IntrlUiwnLrepuMtcsns 1 It wnn nut Prenident HsrrUonn relLitioriMi with Mr Illalae but Mil leek of rIcl tlons with the lltleal bosses in tnrlous tafes that preelpitated the trujrirle in the eoHvention of ISW llr opposition seised upon IHaliies T STOP TRUSTSSHAKE BttL nnme hellorlng that It had jM wer tI I j I charm the co ntioa away from oold and nwwiHgMtle Harrison of the loaders of that opposition were Ilmlnes lifelong enemies not his bon loMars tied mime of his truest r11t kohl aloof anti pentrated against the ups of his name President Ilarrlfln to kin iHSttlto credit hit It klltatl deeliHed to IIK eartH a Hiero roginUrinp clerk to rs likea Pkitt of Son York and Quay of TowHsylvsnlB They trleil to irevoat his nomination ami In ahat In the opinion of many sold him out at the iHtlk There Is Ito chnitoo of a njrititioM of the that prevailed In 1MK There Is nu need for n rally of federalj otoo kohlers to save McKinley trope a ooiubine of managing polltlrisns He ban given to every one of them than his pouml of flesh JIM hoped for second term Is tnortgagoil to the ryes with Ipknlgec to the borer MoI JUnley eat well afford to aasume a vtrtui thought ho have It not h Ijuoplnjr the fexleml office holders at hniue ills rciioinlmUlon Is bought nod mM for at the of wutit ewer baekhnac he ones had Albany Artfua A Cnnn rill Iolley As If the 15 per cent and two years limit In the Porto Rieo tariff measure vrcre not sutUeleHtly apologetic the prcstdniit rams along restenliiy wfth n reeiwnuiendatlon to cengrea that tho SOOu000 collected on imports tions from the island slur the spa lilt evacuation be applied In tilt relief of the Porto Means by the United States Next to thin performance of a plain duty Use president ironed to think the two lallUoa wwonhl sent The republlcBii majority stlmulnted by sharp home messages of al of Wednesdays work elhN1PproI In Joining Mr MnI inlet J l I Mlle11forstitutional rights under the thug nnd giving its the opportunity of out their own Iindustrial salI through fair nnd trade privileges the president nand his partyI In congres prefer to procrastinate and temporlzo and patch up provision al laws A It IR n cruel and cowardly pWlcy from first to last Detroit Free arcs I Air MiKlnley turn trulhfullyiny- fhnt I Ilit no limit of hits If tho demo j ernts do not elect the next irlRhlllIt1 Argv II WHAT GOVERNS 1 tetuidlnlliHi of the Cnnslltullufl at the Dlclnlliin wf HITQ TriKti Congromunan MeCulI of Masmehn ButtK Htrttuk tho huynota of the Porto IHoiin tariff bill dlaeusslun When hi mid in congress the other day Thu question IH not MOM tho constitution govern Porto moo but dON It govern 1us P Can oangrem which IIs the reeN ttiro of the oottsUtutloii do thosn things which ths onstltutlon pn lllbltaI P The American peojilo must mt blind themselves to tills simple and slgnifl dent truth It may seem a matter of little uousequene0 whether or not thti tariff ajmdltalaalire allowed Ui tax the 1urto ItloMiH a8 they MO fit Ierto Illefliis will suffer and the tarns trusts will profit and there sumo might my tilt matter ends Why both or about It P nut before this tax can lie imposed hsforo the roat of the tariff trustsawl the trlbiiliwiaylHgof the Iorto llleaua utflna an AmerieuH congress must ile dart Its authority superior to that of tilt American constitution It must do- a thing vhkh t be eotmt I tut Inn dlnUuet Jy pronlblts listing thus violated the oustltnilon fie act of riolmtee IIIIIHI prrWut111 approve it despite the feet them in his In eongresa he took M stand n nlxst IIi Thai repudiation of the ronulltatnn at the dictation of the tariffi trusts will lx ominous Iwleed to Ihe future of this country What has tarts compelled LITTLE WILLIE DOBSN DARn TO THE YOUR FEET LIVELY NOW I vr Many fnllliip conditions more y imeriMee I people working vation rational It Albany e fie MMwogr onee may btt t+ eompelle ajpaftsl wrong flop to one element of tin American peopin furnishes II precedent for tensing ta H4her kNHtntn of the sane people And1 the GarRaalnaa gree l ofr thu tariff aywllefltes sure of tbelr grip on the AtacriesH govenunent and pro le Is not likely to be satlsfted with thi onto RIonH tribute as tin full profit aeentlHg from swell iNHvvr floes the American onnatI tatIon or tin trust system govern too Ameriaan people Uiese days This Is the ques tiers tu be answered by the action of fOMgros on tho Porto Hleo tariff Mil St Louie IlepuuIIo POINTS AND OPINIONS Whenever In fill urc President MoI Klnlry makes a reeommrudnllan he should rnif fully specify whether It IIt to hit honorwl In Jim breach or tho ob MprvnneefM Ixmls Ilepubllc The republleatm arc slant to thin ovcr that there Is nlxmt as miioh allhilty between expntmion cad pro toeUon us there h between witter and 11111Indianapolis Newa tAnd 1nsliknt hKIIII IIllIrlt1 ofT in the right direction Itul hula baeklMtneta weaker than gelatine where opposition to the trusts IIs eoiHinriied ami hit tins placod himself in n position of stub wrvleney that IsI humiliating even to his nIaaX Y Journal 11henthrrepublkxnsttllugtheo- nmjtalgn this tall In eoavantlnim sad on the stump declare their support of the administrations policy will they Ihunmessage concfrnliig Porto Itloo or tho ImehdinvM from that tnessago by flip president Nashville American Lonvtnir out of consideration nit question as to the extent to which tho constitution should prevail over Amor loan por esnloUN Porto Urn IH entitled tobnttertreetntentthnutholmponitlnnoft whatever hairsplitting theory It U sought to Justify tho act IJoston Hobo Tho presidents mcjuagc recom unending tile appropriation of1003r 1 08thC amount of tnrllT duties col tested under the Dlngley net on Im terns from Porto lien sluice October IS 1808 nnd of future dntiiJ on such Imports to the expennea of the Porto Ttlcan government Is In tho nature of n public acknowledgment of the titer mltyofhcukonlngnhclplesH people Int j the United fltnton with one hand timid abutting tho door ngnltut thorn with the sties The prunldontVlvurtsonrnja Ito li ell right hint ho hntt lent IIjls bend the tntats Phllnilclhhla JfcconU FIFTYSIXTH CONGRESS rIlrkt Oeaalan nhtllg ten Mrdl 6SenateA rotate tattoo was edapmi dlUIlIr tits seers- tarp bondot tile interior to Ips under UUI MaJIIlttOtl4 Tree arove a the SlMItk I ark PIC tneoi tI l ab Ipnulwmn eornlln I- lforlaleacqulro the groves The ion tefenca re purl out the Hhaaelal1 bill wa Mssdlo Uy It vole of U la nA iha elart thus havlni a majority l IIle Karly In the Merlon JV pweehSMr road by Mr attar at Montana llanaa TAI aUf rar WY spent IIn e Ktortna the AMrteMJobbln cow I ad alaeilon es et frwa th AIlskrtoa- datrlct Mr H Vbt IP co T bir orJrr VHirbtit tit btrmu arm fll mu Messrs Ulcsn and 1rmidil far the esnteatseWsshhiKtm Msrvh 1IMIstr Mr Bul llvsn iiavrort a rasaliMlan that nv PhIlIP na UlsmW are the rlffhtfulI honuably aniuirsd ef the tnlt tErlnad that whlt the latsaublrd conllDOr in uiaant war brusat IIn by ilkt2NIdI I XI n t IntsnltoM a l Ui a futur ruumr of the fnllrd Rlstr with raajirrl la thorn rhuuld be mad by th ornate Mr HullUaii a aad that the tisuluiiir llrI on the table unlit at ihouM Ul H UP Mr IixlKr thru addrvaMd ihr iiaia an the ItlllllMll r iI1On In Whlrh IS weal fd tIMI 111 llvnted with ha sown U KiivvrM the Irlsaas unto punsr sa lakes action HIOIM Th hair was In w i4oM bul minute udlnurnlfR wlt of tenet i ski mnf the b1 plrplt pilaus Harmer of IrnWc nl Ike suer a- Ihe hnu w I lie u uall roiimiM w + to almond Ihr fniirrnj Th pr1nrtI th AMHehKubbin 1MtIl- IullM ray waMl wit tu have br i takso was p tswawJ- WsaMnctwft Marsh l N rteTMa- bate annu in ad Iba appoIninirm pen Htor h11 ennaif and Tlilrnan onth- itannina 5s lpm or t1M btI of ii- Itots t tlte save I arad nl A IJhIins AtarrSM rvclntrr lit the staamrr wTsdward1 peaawnltd hy u IrrulabLII san lo HobrftR Peary I H K th Milk ealelr was pa rust Formal 4i euaataa nf the ISmo Rkm tariff sod rtviJ tr vrniaml Mil ihra Ixxan an l mills nad turhtrvvptdl I fur rr hsre sad s halt Al the nlaht aeaaloe lit yu at- the Alaaaa Cad nil wrrr nat and MlikoMt ennvtMtUaK thus frttmal bin nt sal v work the arnute Hi ii s lt Niraad 11 uTb bun nsaated lly1 n 1- rt t a dewxnt from the Fuitnh- Alahswa Atetrtel and avalml In Ms sled- 1tin P risks rpuWln was hs Rein three pen s eoMr ii Mi trait in tmrnn diets an the irruMiHl nf rr thethltdwho Is mm 8lv biest bet UfO br a rvpoMMwa wows Thr irqte wa n airel pori n TIM rwutl der I fopet 1Cls vs YIwlee tnai i rs tmd VlrstnamI dIatriet we IhIr to s ui Mr WltI ante that he would ask a vota ea It St two a rtork N Mow day aabUurlmi March s Wiwl Dtaru M HI fit Mr Maann a rrluIin npres Ins naawiby tar ih Ikn r wasalldye1 rll In the state Httln sitsiwu Mr Ikavla chairman nf IIM rnfrur rkcommittee rtrinandlns that tt 1 lee kr rlrMHi1 Th fralurr if Ins a n Mai n wit a anr h by Mr Undent iKyl IMI thr rirtti KI aM teraanI r frnaMni MMapurr Mr npNe1l lh irri9 i rsiu n if the Nil sin rums IMM I III Npewi 1nra fnr tttv ltirl Mlian rnncalIt uuw TIN mini dt Irl l n i 4on at the house pr1 for twtd r ir new rllk wit rd 5 srvat r Tli se as lrnrmllMdIr fllllr Irli hni anA r Mil wrrr fav ri hly Htt + i UIHMI In araltir nf thr whnlr and aiiiwr iuriill sxaad tIh hnae- W hlnatnn Man h ItSenate The dip lomalk alM r rrtailon Mil wa isu em with ft fW mists aNMIMlSrrtllc fhw of tile wan the irlKiaa out the MrovlvfcMia tat n aloalM rcUuwra Ullttokalanl M 11a- wall iw ND a yamr II wa malsl I- pronedentIIowa The h aared tal tsbo us thr bill seorttW T rawnni fse Hawaii MI April L tk a bI s at 4 tJIt tlir IIs- am =Wtit nraa atacteit teeth MMeteysjrlaK altanl iSa wHrrp n of la Baas I Ina fUwUna of ftaavafiraplad UMI is r dlaeii al n of laaliillMpirMi II Ma waal deeply tola Ik rrwlstlsaasra lit eke qassdrm His anrnNut WN larjrrljr WealI pad prMt- to bIMNR of It IanUfobfysl prtvsla naiiatna WHs nowpor the isenail Gras wMMa a 1Wtenstea R A Wtar wee UtaHl tka wal Mrla neiayad kuNDIWA TOW tram H aoail TM sal theIwore absent unpaired to radmliktUpvbllean HMJorll uma the anal salr rrnm M IM n naxtl1 INa joty to 1 Aa ur trrAelritry Mil esrrylaR IIUMM wa = e SEVERAL MILLIONS INVOLVED llMtlniltlnn lpl rhmnnn Children BnlnK Ihe ll lnle nf Their sole Ihnrlea llrlrliinnnn New York March 11H notion involving sovernl million dollars has bo0n tIKTHII In tltt rwprnmo noun hy tJio orilldrpn of the late lnx iulllnii KlulMhinaiiH snalnst the rotate of their HHolo Barnes K10l ehnmnH The mother of the ehlrilroM Mrs Johp fun Klotochnurnn Is maul ear of tho dw i fendnHtaMaximlllnn ami diariesI Hlolwh muMii wuruIn bHaJnc under the linn noino 1 A Co The firm oontrolhd many large dlflUHorloa nnil was nisei IMtrrtt1 IH Ihe IHMHU facture of yeast lift iwrtnorahlp nr Uolss provided drat on the dth uf wither iartHi r tie business shonltl Iw uontlnNVil fur three years and Ma toftg thereafter as o Mlble On Miudiittt luns death his wlfo awl brother wen iippolntod his oxeeutora In tholr oinplHlnt his children us Kert that fharlos Ilaroedkttly as Minird control of till entire bashwon nnd liidurnl their mother who was Inoxporleiiced to siirn certain Kipors himihatless obtained control of the cent urn buslnena IHe tiled on Doeeinber 10151 nnd hits exeeutorN mire Hllll onduotlng tits business nnd are I ho I 1 r ntlnnlH in thin present no Ion Tho defendants In tholr imswor zw sort thus tho ngreoinonUi signed byl- ulrn Ilolwhinnnn were youth and that slur IUIH rocelvnd hur Hliaro of tho property Thojplneo tho original III threat nf Maximilian lIloipohninnn ut bl2tI jtnloarph P llynii Und New York Miirch 10Joiloph P lyaii secretary oJ the Irish National odenitlon of AinerloM died nt hU lomo In this city HeI wnn the orlgl lator of the famoim lloilninii hounn rlHh imrliamontHry fund which wan tho menus of raising tluiiiHniidu of dollars for thu Irish ctiiiac Ststooii atliHTM Kllleil Noinofl Franco Mnroh j0hist- een minors have icon kllltd I lyr nn xpIoHlon In n coal pit nt IiiThe gnlicrlrtt of the mini cqlhipNtd varjlng the bndirji of the I thinsr o 6 z 1 cJ tlIr I Iri i f WINDOWSI JuubL noted wan a All of eon yard wilt win l I ot the up IDBAI HKVHOU8B WINDOW by an ami torvwod to t1M earning The lnwer auah IIn hinged at om ride and t iI1 out Tlibt Itlnal will work well i n ler many clrenmataiMMM wkf the w intern am not too void and where the f wk ore kept In IleRtl aide by side with tat yarda onUrldt In such H eae It In otteR Inootivenlcnt to get Into tlw yard unl M one ean HO o tt into thllh from the peas WlUt this incthwl Of awtngiag tho tmakaa the nectMHity for haYIng a door in each Ien a well Mil window U done away with In rold cllmatea aiwlt a plnn can be uw l for aIrinKi fall and snrn inrr 1liniiiir the windows In the vin ter ami putting OH oetaide snakes ibis device rnUa for a low window and thIs la desirable on other aeeoNNta an only lovr window Let tlMP almaklwe nuirkly onto the door OH winter were ilirL N Y Tribune LOCATING AU APIARY Where llnaawimd nml Clter Abound I llin PJncp Where Iloa I ny UPA Ij Ai An l rtJbrl y 9 if Jt la fM IMsstLtn toz iE bN kevpjnir a hnaUuaa for UM duilarw and cents that are In Ia It to eortaJn y of irrrnt importance to consider well Ute location of the same There are beauties iivrn in the radius of a few mUtisI thAt air nuifh better tiian oihrra liter air Itxalltia whets white clover IU ser alxinrtant and where a crop IH Mire every season whether It hi IImn for abort white there are others thut are not to Dad ooeajrfonnl yucca only furHHik a atop ftawwood te HHothor jrheIwsI honey nMourve and where this anti ttlovcr both abound Iin u do hlrnlilo lotmlity for UN apiary lbut wood or linden In a Rood timber to oultlrale It is very hardy and makes n rup4d growth and might take the place of eottoHwood HO cxteiMiively Ifniwn In thin wont In n vtilley whore fall flowera lit plentiful Is a good I oint to seek for aa a late flow of honey IH very deelrnhlp to place bees III good wintering shape Alfalfa U iino of time boat honcyproduuing plants we have at prufccnt and it would be a wife jilucc to locate oven if no other luin y plantH are In reach but it would lie all Uto Letter if other honey plnnts are proecnt There tIr u long list of honcybcariiig hiatus but we will give hut ola low iif the principal ones Millet or Hweot alover criiiMon clover alsikc clover jimmmoth or peavtne clover tulip tree or popular black or sour gum wild astern goldenrod wIllowH maple bnukwhoat cloome or spider plant all kinds of berries nnd nil kinds of fruit trees whcthe wild ordomrstl ntAdA H Duff In Prairie Farmer JCpFilur Writ Water Iurr It used to be on oldfashlontd otis tom In the country to put one or two trout in a well to insure the watef bailiff lpure and wholesome If they did not keep It HO it was suppoiicd that tiiey would nit warning of Its IjupHrity by ilylnir t hllIIehell We are reminded of this by seeing In an Hngllsh paper that Prof Solirero of Turin hits lately advised the use of cola In tit house ciat rn for the same purpose lie Kays two or three not large but lively eelu would devour anything In the water In the shape of nnl maluulex Infusoria bird dropping from the roof or vegetable matter of any kind We think they would also tithe any unhnnlmnr like toads or rats that might full In nail drown Millet Heed for 1onllry A mart of millet seed to 2fl hens in the morning bcattered fur and wide FO IIH to make them work with nothing at naon nUll just flu much as they will rat uput night with u variety of other food IH an excellent plan of feeding jIo know how much they will cat lot them fill up until the last hen walks away satisfied If fed twice u day however Ii11 them they will becomi oiling fat If done three times a day It may kill them The millet seed Is Intended to keep them nt work The icodH being small they will work hard to null thorn nnd cnn only tat slowly Farm and FLreJrJs THE AMERICAN HOO IC JItia Already Wrought Miracle nUll Will Accomplish Many More Great Thluir Men have performed mirnclosI cold times It was not uu uncnininon lliliif for richly emlowotl iniii to per form wonders And today intw per form wondrous things but tua then are so many who bun the name fciMiltj the world lis not stirred by their nets There art wonder workers In this low er types of the animal kingdom Tin hag tins wrought miracle IN now per forming them and ever will ticcom pllfth mighty things If lila muter wit stand Ity him lint feud him fill hOI has contributed largely to till present commercial supremacy of the Unite t4ttcL Mortgages on thousands oi western farina pelCV Kngland home steeds have been banished liy thin hog Ha la atlll In this laudable business omit the maces tlmt Ila attetudiog bile rlborU la miraculous Ills acfhieremeLta ir title direction have only been equaled by hIs naefulnraa In time UltHien Hun gry nation have fed on time swine h la today their stat of life to u lurp extant Iurk eaters arc not uncivil lead TIlt frali of the hog contain lHatea no man nor lovers bin inenlii fIr unless man becomes a swine Tetupemnut In Mating a as essential to Iflgk moral life no temperance In Hnytblng else benee pork oonitnnpt Ion alHHihl be regulated by gumption 11111 hog Ila H relltiblo animal nil OHfMM la ever the coveted object ol the loric dwiler who will pay H gooo talus for H nrateuuM article At Hire aunt per pound thu lung has paid flebti mill hla own keeping At four cents and over he bun built new homes new fences now barns clothed children Ji destitute fields contributed to charity IioliHMl I ho poor wJmlnlatered to tlh sick heightened morality and soda Irfllty and blest abundantly his cut tftdinnThohog IU well Advanced toward tin fHlflllnifiit of hln greet destiny Whal he lau done la n reliable Index to thr large volume which contalna the pro gramme man linn planned for his fu time The swine linn contributed U cduontlon by building tichoolhounca churches nnd subscribing for inagn zinoa and newspapers Ills flesh keels map lila lilood fertlllxuH our land hU bone help grow poultry He pays I large per cent iU the feed given him Man never has tost by treating hln wcIL Ho stands ever ready to itmol torate adverse eonilltloiiH on the tarn awl If given ears and attention wtl eKtrlcMto farmers from time pit ot debt and mlafortune Mighty la the 1Iwrf ntolloglFnrwI- I Volo HANDY FARM BUILDING II In n Combination of Oarit Orlli nn IlKK ry nntl Pmmcaira Many ttnJnl4eJ iif OBsiStrndoorH erib mud piffurj la a wry ca rHluMt arrangemeNt This cold wiater weather my TOgallooI feud cooker eome in right Ihandy We WNTHI or boll all our amall imtatom and other vegetaMea milk etc in It The kettle la filled at night a noiiptc of chunks of wood thrown in the fro plow oloaed tight nnd In Ute morning I IMadBllY AND COPX ClUBS the feed ieiiiceand warm Also use tha kettle to try lard heat water to wash lutrncftM etc Time slop barrel Is In the recess buick from the hogpont out ol time way In driving through time build lug The building has 14foot posts KO there is u room over the cooking quar tens us well as over the hogpen ioi ground ford I use oats and corn There in n yard for fattening lungs nt the west door nnd in U u platform fat feeding corn Time building IK 20xti feet and linn rollor doors The room over the cooking quarters Illsides be ing used for tools and prewiring feed In also used for butchering hooks for hnrncftM cleaning are bntwcon tIme chim ney place miami stairway In the cook ing room The outside stairs nhown In the upper left hiind corner go to tht granary over the hogpcnK whore ground feed Is keptIt L Holman In Farm and house r Irtfnt HIIIt BnhinE One of the reasons that IICIIH eat their eggs IIn because they require the albumen and hence are not HO nitwit at fault nit may be supposed To produce eggs hem nuist have nitrogcnoiiK food In some shape and If they are deprived of It they will seek It wherever It can be procured The first titus un egg Ili hrokun and the hen partaken of its eon tents she loams to associate the egg and time food supply together and will then cat simply because she requires such food To prevent It give her meat often make the nest in such a milliner that but little light can enter antI situ will soon cease the practice of eggeat ing American Gardening According to the Canadian experi ment station reports rape stands at the hcad jf the list of forage pUinti uued us a green food far tlc growth of lambs la both carcass uud fltscc t He Demit In III Dream May you take thli leaso home with you lonlcfit dear friends concluded the prseir at the end of a very long and WOBri loins ammnon And may Itaspirstual truths link into your hearts and lives to the end that your Mull may experience talva prayerlecottl rnlODMDCIII time in a louder OiN Deacon hlte will you lesdr Still no response It ra evident that the good deacon was tlumbrring Time preacher inde a third appeal1 and raised his oke to I pitch that tuccewleil in waking the drowiy nun UeMon White will you pletM Idr otsenodtheisii II it may had No I just daitDotr- eb roe lress Our Xntlona Wealth Gold suet silver art inured abundantly into tile lap of the nation hut our material wealth and strea th iis rather in iron the moil useful of all metals just as thd wealth of a hu man being lies in a useful stomach If yftu have overworked yours until it U disabled try Hostctters Htomach hitters It will re lieve the clogged bowels improve the ape dytMPI14bWouln Vow Trntinlntlnn fit It S V I A rlcnrjnnan entering upon the charge of a new living not lam from London rwolved to invite all hu perisboaers to an at home II- Iontr to make their scquainlanee and ae coraingly Sent out cards to tat effect A district visitor railing at one of the houses was at oar accosted ill this way Oh miat I have been much to see you for alltiafIemr neighbf got an invitation fourbigmean Iteplv soon victuals provided but ChicagoCbrootde 15100 Ilcvrnrd flOO Time restless of this taper will be pleased t ham that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in yi ita stacee and that is Catarrh Ilalle Catarrh Cure is the only poeitire cure known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutIonal treatment HanlI Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surlaees of the system thereby destroying tbe foumlation JlfltientItrencthassisting nature in doing its work The proprietor have so much faith in its cunt live ponern that they offer One Hundred Dollar for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials Adareea P 1 Cheney Co ToUdo 0 Sold by Druroitu 7eHails Family PilU are the best He KnewaN w boy Mid the Sumky schoolteacher our leases today teaches us that Ife are goodI while here on earth whajt qbiNI teI of us Well pi to a place of- vrlastin blister rojuliNi a amall hey at the foot of Ute dan Yonkers Statesman Ton Can Ort Allen FootHum FUCK IArorN1WIo a IlOwder to uthatie lstoyeUr sbll8l It cures chilblains sweating damp swollen aoklttg ftlt It nrnkca New or tjphl shoes easy A certain euro for Corns uud hun tens All drugKtoiH and altoesturea tell 1U Hfic To Calirornle Unlcltly and nbly COJUfortj isUn0110 raeMe OvatVod I M nrrfvt Uitdted rjan of third day aim I M Anyele twit ItIOrII ftc Nf chargr ef cam All meal in dining ears Buffet amakiaf sod iibranrcara with birlxr Tlie txpresleavesclaaa awi tbroagh tourist sleeper to Califor rverrThsu KerthWertern Ity For full in toWWide Open DrUNwnuntortedliN I yourI7a33ayouh4myapCOIatrLow Rate Home Meeker Kxcurslona IronMountainexcursions te the West and Southwest pril3ders tune cards and illustrated pamphlets on applIcationto If wont M that Im proof against temp Jmblfltgovernor of KntuckyIuk IUTNAM FADELKSS DYES do not unevenlydyedIt is hard for a crooked man to tellastraight tOryl a nifcb IAmtIciT itiaoitr 11LIVESelect butchers 4 Si M 4 il- lCAusoSlixtmn SHoUSSolect packura 4 O74t1 S tO Mixed packer 4 s5 tvJ6llt ahlppers 4 03 0 4 S5 fill IIKItholctl 6 fiG 2foOO IAMMSKxtrw 7 15 i1 7 25 KlOUHanrlnc patent 3 TO 17 3 93 ailAINWh tNo S rod O 74 CornNo J mixed O 40 Oatu No 2 mIxed ti 26 ysNo S fJ 62 trAvchqmr timothy SU- 31noVISIOXSMoM 75 Pork 11 37 vfill w 5IHTTTBHChoIco Mi I Choice creamery I- iAIljgCIiut j th Saucy 3r 4 0- IOTATU1Sjsr brl 1 tB P 1 CHICAGO PLOtnXVIntrr ualont 1 340 fJr GO J4CornNoftNoi 09 I OntsNo S SMf i I tllOHlMtHIIILAUL Stoota 6 S7- 1NliW 6 ro YORK FLOtin Wlntor t lt1tnl1 00 ITS so UltAINWhoat No S red tfJ i7 CChit U SL4 POHltMOIHI mIxedi11 Wa ro LAltDatoam G 3U HAIriMOU- KFIOUnlnmIly 3 20 3 rn OUAIN Wheat No 2 red CSGSSouthern 67 OJ 73 Corn No mnhxeth i 39 OatsNo 3 mlxeds 3 2S nye No 2 western 6- 8CATTE 0 67 First quality 490 115 12M HOa3 catern 5 GO OGGO INDIANAPOLIS 694oLOUISVILLE FLOURWlnter patent S 45 n S 5 J2CornMlxnd i 13 as OatHMlxcd 20 I 20 POHKMoss II 07S O- sLdtlUteani AQ9IFICIALSUNLIGHTTij PO1hllitl Use tIIIBMLLIANCY AND SAFETY r 4 iifeiwlttiou In onomlcnllJlnmhlI14 ten for Homes Hotels and All ClMics of lliilldiiigf j three1rI todyvemingI otnllichristenr1rJ6ca1I i i uq5bt ditstsgussiued aa by day sod in liltIt sad alt quulilits of light the 1ItCalirulmost marked iiuniy said coavenience in new illuminaot sod he fl I C1JfP4JlUll Cftkium Carbide the material from which CAtS iPiividuai UIPI product his owa Aeet graniteamIsrdsnarslyi to Js about the tice of fffis This iwite rial Iit v mpact cLean convenient and even fuor to handle than coal hi marvelousa- Iffbuity for water nukes it of value and the uMineat it coinei in contact with water tbe Crbideit ui in hundlightaI tprowmj a piece of carbide the size ofmtflrone iI thumbInto easehoweveri RUfloHluei railed generators are Made which broughttigetruerj itiMost of these machines are simply OnI itructed and tIter do this automatically If tie light from one burner is needed then the machine causes just enough gas to be made to supply one burnt If ten burners are lightfd then the same machine WI IUPIIlmrineIphasand inventive genius of hundreds of scientists irj mechanics thus in home in stances unreliable nail unsafe Acetylene generators have been produced The good and reliable machines are many however and most of such are constructed under the direction of competent mechanics I engineers and toW by rMpontible con cores Imagine receiving ones supply of artu t tMia ihtua solid l one hundred pounds 1 II time In a little ra from the freight I Citation When one irajiaes that enrh peek age will make as touch Ilight as 25000 eat HUM for ont hour more light than thcordi latn size tastily will use in three montha I sail sib a package will cost about 1QOler hIs the explanation of the increasing pop uhrity in found The coat ef Carbide has beea steadily re Aided DOtwitnttandin the early impression I tf the rest expense ia manufacture Such 1 1 ige tntiIks are now helen eoMHme- diTMUrialtt radudfeu ia peica hue 1 hs7r boss maids that iwera eaa expect 1 lighting with Acetylene will be aa ia II nenwvc M It hat proved to be desirable in i Ipwat of excellence and beauty i i problftftII I II gas t l relyIed thing or building by an ordinary inechan il fan lie manirmlatefl by any pcisos of or Ii Iuy intelligence They sire practical S i1e safe economical soil nppeai to o icr or occupant or II building every ryI rliat or manufacturer and every individ i I tillinterested in the artificial light problem i Have your wet gone up I r fts Nj the boss made an attigimeGt to J youkens Statesman To Curt n Colil In One liny Tilto Laxative Hrnmo Oulnlii TabkUs All d1 ItI falls to cuix 25c ijufussdmnoneYtfit po matter what job it is there iin always fonebody who want it Watnington 10D mocratIcannot speak too highly of Pisoa Cure i of Consumption Irs Frank Mobbs 213 22d St New York Oct 29 18JH II imarIni No speculator ever quits in time Waih ingtoa la DemocratIj I ijyWeak BEAUTIFUL BABY BOY omn aiado Happy tir Xjrilla E Plnklmma Vosctablo Compound- 1 ttcrn from Two Vlio Now Have ChilltrenII DEAn Jtns PINKHAM It was my ardent desire to have n child I had been married three years and was childless so wrote to you to find out the reason After fol lowing your kind advice and taking Lydia E Pinlchnms Vvgo- IPh I table Compound I be r W cnn1lthcmoUllroln i900 time joy of our homo Ho IB ia- ui fat healthy baby 7 thnnles toyour mcdl- J e1ncMns MIXPA ki FIXKM lloscoe N y- From Grateful Mrs Lana- I DKAII Mns PIXKHAM I wrote you a let ter somo time ago stating my cnso to you 4I laud pains through my bowels headache and backache felt tired and sleepy nil the time was troubled with tho whites I followed your ndylcc took your Vegetable Com pound and it did me lots of good I nov have a baby girl I certainly be ItovQI would have miscarried lund it not been for Lydia E PinUhams Vcge tablo Compound I hud n very easy time was sick only a short time I think your medicine Is a godsend to Women in tho condition In which I ivasx recommend it to nil as tho best medicine for womcDMns MART l4JCoytce TenD II fi Time above illustration shows one of the greatMiiiCompany of CIiicago Companyhasway they supplied their neighbors in the nearby towns each year widening their eld They are now selling merchandise di rent to the consumer at wholesale prices throughout the United States Some years ago they begun supplying their customers witl1an illustrated cats legume Aa the business expended they were obliged to increase the sice of this catalogue until today it exceeds 1000 illus trated pages quoting the lowest wholesale prices on everything to Hat Wear and Ua Ily a superior prunes of color photograph they illustrate many of their goods in natural folers bringing out the rich color value of curtain carpets draperies and the latest designs in wall papers etc thus enabling the customer hundreds of miles distant to selectI goods at lila own fireside knowing by the description lustration and price the e expectThis js becoming more and more popular each year for it not only tares Ilong an- dtiresomei r 1 i zilroadourficys but isagreat time saver It leaves out theprofitofthe johbicghou1e retailerthe expen sive com mc r cial traveleribc general agent the su hageot and titus eliminates from one to fourp- rofittSltv ing this forIthe con- I turner In short it as- a great wholesale storebrought to the home The mam moth rata loguo referred to is a 20th century dictionary of economy I The illustration ohovo shows the recent eDterprirI hareiiIcredible y f1ir1111Mdonut success The quantity of goods they require in some lines enables them to handlei train loador merchandise secured at the lowest possible coot and freight rate When goods in the rough are coming from the mills and factories in the East the lake steamers are prettied into service at a freight in but little in advanr of the1 1laich f- II reterenees are Any IMnk or er I press company or any man women er child in Chicago d Some people of fair intelligence ire toI Ittubburn thiit they rcfiiic U acquire prac lual tenie Atrhiaon Globe ISome pretty girls are so vain that people to admit their good looks Atcbtson Globe From t 1 factory to USEII ONE Profit On Bion Anx MELHSewing Bliekljio bual the UploUcto Jmpf0ge mectt c CT mrf LUJCb mentu and Acts4r1btwith cholcotoskorwl nut cabinet ItfamM with thotatovt impvsnd AtTOMATIO aKL IIIREADINO Shin TLE Vorioecarithe tbnttkt I Uudrpriiy for p1Tics lb- aui TAKTVP Autsitto nonillM niVOUt and OOMPLKFkiM of bet tfll Uuhmnto holl packed In a hUldMme VELVET lined cose WeIght oS the machine weather wropntd and rratcd nC-lUlt IssblPMd at OnUrUM rate The tralgbt willIlIQ about lO within 900 cult or Oilcnca Tbcsblnt work I onanitI the pe draws and ins Sr tislui hAND JRVEI and hlbllInlld hailai i thhoiT7 N10KELPLATUU IlInl Dni er Pull Karb machine tU carafullr Sated biter ITB one- taOori A IstELBA sale to us mean is nw riPThd sad rprtu Mir for our rvnonl llnaof EVEIIVT1I1NO Tin naT WiCAR and USE therefor we san nnHoU-It on a rlnw mirrla and tally UAIIATEE It for TWBNTY VKAR4 we will ship this machine 055 iwlth lAmlitftlan rrirlleiM taanr point In UM IL- HonrcipteICisOO with order 1rLcoXIdrswur Dachlna ll rapM I I4CA lOUR tol niU CAiALOUCKof 1000 lllortratid seat praaid on rcslptI I ohcentawhicb =Clorewe M I nclplor tlr tonUr ThrctatOlUOnnCbole lIon KVEItYTHINn ron nAT Ls a sod USli COIPC- OrdubrtbliMo n n ClllcaaoUI POTATOES SIr rtt Hrrd 1OTATO Crow rln1 Afl1514- 1Ulrke5lOl5sap EprnuaLrOra-Cisr sad Furmfrrith Bdllilmiollre lurIIICLOVCRjoin i RIUIU sito ro Li cnnssr ml frj U ITnr1Hnr1aV1lu Too best R1 ltope 11 pertqQCiudrtl sui iiuioi fur iilaktcr Samples free Ttir nr tttiiii1 nnnnin ro risort 5 J D OP Ynw inStovEur gives Ii lId and rani WOrt t 11f tcllmonlnd 111 011l itrtinn- tire IJrl H HKtKN M Mi this is AtUDloUu Ill FJ Ii FPi Aspc Luis yr 1lIn T peelWaI I a tO8wMaiiufiriurer lfldIinPOilI II A KNOCK OUT There U more disability ansi helplessness from- LUMBAGO than rny other mntcular all 1 ment but 4 I St Jacobs Oil Ibaa found it the casleit 4nd promptest to cure of any form 01II LAME BACK vw v vvvvwwvwwvvvwW TAPEWORMS A tape worm eighteen eet lose at lout camo on the scene after my taking two CASCARETS This I am sure has caused my bad health for the past three years I am still taking Cascarrts tho only cathartic worthy ol- notice by senxiblo poople OEO W BOVTICS Oalrd Mass wPleasant Palatable 1otcDt Taste Good wGood Nerer Sicken Weaken or Gripe tOe mc tOo CURE CONSTIPATION Skill ied Cp7thIur Uestrsi 5 TarS W sin Tn BBP Sold and ffnnrnntpml br all dmII IIillAtato CVIir Tobacco 1 Iclc I vW b II tu IComfortH IIJIii j p Low Cost II- theIs advantage offered by the personally conducted ex cursions to California over the Santa Fe Route g Secondcla tickets arc ac ccpted for the full privileges of this economical and enjoy able way of visiting the Pacific Coast r i Inquiries promptly answered i T A GRADY SsnarrrsiirrnlaTourtstSsrvlee- lb Attbion lopcVo A Santa fa Raittvev 10 Adams Street Cbiingo jJ j jj I1I I jn1i oaE09OC ti FOR 14 CEOTSSV- T wish to ictln thu rtr200nO A- unwcuUmrnaadte irnee oiler iaIraPkCKwlftL OroM lltrktL ttQcoltc Htravbrrrr Jlelon iSo WO r Radish 100 lUrtrllipo iabbtct too Kmrlr Dinner Union hoe 5 llnlli mtFUwr8 edi lie VvrtUeiOO cur 11 cent JTO boYO 10 PkBf worth 8LOO we will nail faa fete torethir with oar rttt Oitaloe tailing all about tALuS S Nit ION 0ILAI POTATO 4cdampDOW whnoa once trjMnlzera Ij9TerdpboatIJolla A tUUlU SEED CO 11 IBOSSI W1B I HHOH bt 3 or4 Years an Independence Is Assured If you take up roar homes u Weitera Canada the iUustentedcxiwrleDCK of firmer who have become wealthy Sn growing wbeat rotrtsiluciritate ole ansi full information ai to reduced railway rate can bo haU on application to toe Superintendent of Immlurallim Departmrnt of Interior Ottawa Canada or nddroes the under etofnOl OttawaCanada or to U I CAVRN columbus Ohio K JUOntl Tbe Bates iudlanapoils lad BRADBrtS OF TUiS PAPER UKSIKINQ TO HUT ANTTUINO ADVKUTISKI IN ITS COLUMNS WOULD INSIST VPOV UAV1XO WHAT T11KV ASIC FOR HBFUS1NQ ALl tit USTITLTK3 Oil IMiTATIONS 1 tUKtS WNtKfc inLErtA1LS nest Coagb Sirup TutcaGooO Vse In tlmo Sold br drnecltti rwn A N KE 18O4 WHEN wiiiTixo TO AiivnrtTisijtsp- leaie atuto Ibut you auw the AdvcrtUc wentlo thl uuiM r BUCKEYE ACETYLENE CO DEALERS IN Q Acetylene Generators and Calcium Carbide IIWRITE FOR ESTIMATES AND CATALOGUE FURNISHED FREErr 8 Canby Dldg Dayton Ohio slot New Engtaad Oik Cleveland Ohio 83 N tight Street Columbus Ohio VIA MOM MOUNTfllN R qrIThcWorldi OanlUrino and Alt7e rItouDd VUuurt Qwort reached only eta this line Zlfg nl Hot ln subOrn Oooneryi Dtlltbttul Cllnttr healIng liSt Bprtncm Pulln nDuHelSlo plnBC r rthou change rrcra OL Louis Reduced Bound Trtc H te all ytu round rron all coupon points In tfc U 0 tad Canada j error descrIptive sad Illustrated pamphlet welts Oonpanya agent or n C TOWNSEND Otllnraauocw rod Ttakcl Aetal BT WJIS UO J IFI II i s V a t- I 4 Building t Material ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM s tiBEDDoors anti Window Shingles Ac Lv I Lime autl Cement Builder Ihnlw are I i Pftlnte Oils etc J 1j ESTIMATES CiiF ERPULLYa ii PUKXlKIIBn- PBMDJ STUFFS s i hay Ontlt toot flow He eu i v L P W S Ellison v i Senator Uocbels Wenltli If Senator Uoebel loft a will it ha not boon found and it w probable thatt ho loft no iustroptiotts for the ditposalI of his largo property Just how muchI ho was worth U a question that utter osts some people A cJ08f friend who IS in a pos tiou k snow MY that bt loft 60000 in cash and other property worth 105000 lIe paid 00000 for uno piece of laud near OoriuRtou andI spont 13000 for improvements OH it It is now valued at S30000 He paid taxes on several lots in Wichita Ka a largo farm in Pendleton county and owned bosides bank stock Imitates M sociation stock and other secured rWlinl a Cotton 3IIII DeoeMr Frank Hammond a t citizen of Greenville S 0 writes o tho cotton mills of that section It shows Tvlmt a cotton mill would do toe fItsince the first successful cotton mill was built in this country the Piedmont t Hills in 1876 situated some ten mUM below here What was then poor hill sido farms have been transformed into a thriving town of five thousand peo pie Farm laude then worth 880 per I acre now sell for from 40 to gO0 pftI acre The experience of this mill te dat plioatod by a score of other mills iu this State The mills of this city are of muoh later date all but one having been built within the last the yaw Sinking mill Wholcr hIt takes the glorious old Whet to 10I business said the man with the aUaItor grip as ho boarded the train at St Paul We of the East are not in iIra little bit Anything to relater queried one of passengers oa he woke up ftrow New York to Ghioago with a tavtaig looking girl At Buffalo I wa gore OH her At Detroit we wets engaged Awe J reached Chicago sloe had set the dato I returned lioine TOte her 0II love loiters and carne oat here to get m11T edII dtShoI estimates the value of iny time at 800 ii 1 mybroken J e hook for a thousand dollars and here it is Gave her n reeeipt in foil to date kissed her goodbye and here I am Thoros but one way to do bnaiuese and the West knows all about it Yes a check for n thousand and how many ofII HenryClayat SOME UOOD KULES Young men just alerting oat in tIe will do well to bear in msA the follow I eryaptlIhave gone before them in the journey I of life J Keep good oompatijr or none N8erIbeidlo If your hands cannot bo usefally eut ployed attend to the cultivation of your f fAlways speak the truth Make few promisos Live up to your engagements KaepII anyWhon him in the tacocGood company and good conversation are tho very sinews of virtue Good character is above all things elseYour inuredeutiaUyinjured j ono spooks evil of let your life bo so that uone will boiilve himDnuk liquorEver in your income When you rotire to Wl think over what you have boon doing during the dayIMako no haste to be rich if yon would I prosperSmall and steady gains give comp e tCncy with tranquility of mind Never play at any game of ohauooIAvoid temptation through yours yonImay not withstand IteI Earn money booro you spend it Never run Jnto debt unless you we way to got onTagain Never borrow if you eau possibly I avoid it Do not marry until you nro able support a wife Never speak oil of tiny ono generousKeepwould I be happy Save when you are young tosponfl when you are old c Read over tho above maxims at 1 t once a week rMRS LAWTON widow of the General who fell a victim to Asiatic expansion has been presented with a parse of fOS 1 48207 and this will bo supplemented by a pension of t30 a month T t t JV sraesrom ronlruUiDeparbHl thin lire on Feb 2Nth1900 MltRtaged 43 year and 11 month Sue was the daughter of Dr C 1 and Rleaor- E taterIN wee horn in DujJia irons tyN C She was the mother of B chil re all of whom with her husband aur ye her She profywd faith in Chrirt- x at the only age of U yenn and joined the Daptixt Church at Hryanln Chapel AruaRwkkcounty N C and lived a conKMtent member until otter her mar riatre to John Ui Hall Son Orb Ism when she mnorml liar Htrnnberahlp to 1eMctho lHit Kj tacojl Church South nd became one of the earnest workers and members of Zion Church at Town Creek llrnnwrick county N C Sho wan a lealouH working Chi idittu during her membership until 10 yean ago when she joined by letter the church at ElK nine Fulton county Ky being a eon aMent member until her death at all time full of faith a conntant worker an exemplar oon i tcnt Christian nor prov r 1 Her delight through life was to lead her children and friends that barren of peaceful rot and abide with angel evermore She wee a devoted wife ever iding and atwieti lien hlllMtncllo thee arduou dutie of their earthly pilgrim age a luring mother at all timert render ilag affectionate care rod wholesome ad vice to the children entrusted to her keeping When the angel of death made knowu iiU mimkm to her she wnilinglv called her earthly loved one around her and murmured a treed hymn of pratoe to God bidding them a mothers Itwt weet adieu sad pointing to the await- angelillC I ht folded her arms in meek ubmiMioa to lire the brighter and hap pier lire To huxbiuKl and diiklren her odmoni tioo should ever be remembered and lbar chrtatian teaching her example of rood work her deration to all duties cannot be with you only by the knowl dge of that happy chrwtian love Ilex n Khbor her friends and associate paneforworks end charitable deeds She wa buried at Ebenezor church burying after appropriate church servic bjRov C B Moore assisted by Rev manytHer faith was an anchor to her soul both rare and steadfast and extended beyond this vale of tears Therefore huband children and friends tkocour age and atrive to be reunited with the aainte of rest niter this mortal flesh shall daJofbapny are War who die in faith in tlte- LcMdj and are aamired of a peaceful and happy rent ArmofMATioHC were made kmt week by the reward cotnmfoeioR of the DCBO erotic wing of the Kentucky LepWateire setting aside fiOOO OR Wet hoed of each 1porson concerned in the eewpiracy to kill Giwltei A Fiendish Attack An altnok was lately made on 0 P Collier of Cherokee Iowa that nsrrlp proved fatal It came tliroagh life kid nays His book got so mme he could not etodp without great para nor sit illI h chair 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